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Ringwood & Fordingbridge Footpath Society
                        
                         Archived Photographs (for 2006)

 

   
March 2006  

Burley
Walk around Burley (led by Keith)

 

 
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April 2006  

Walking Holiday 2006
Crantock, Cornwall walking holiday organized and led by Ruth

 

 
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June 2006  

Summer Lunch

 

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18th June 2006  

Isle of Wight Walk
On 18th June,a group of seventeen members enjoyed a 12.7 mile walk on the Isle of Wight. The views were spectacular and the weather perfect. The circular walk, led by Ruth, left Yarmouth for the Needles via the coastal path then on  to Tennyson Down before returning to catch the ferry. (Photos submitted by Chris, Margaret and DK)

 

 
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28th June 2006  

AnnualTrig Point Walk for 2006
The annual Trig Point walk took place on Wed 28th June. The walk was led by Keith.   (Photo submiitted by Alison)

 

 
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12th July 2006  

HighlandWater
Another walk led by Keith - this time in July.. Highland
Water is one of the more picturesque walks in the
New Forest.
Siamese twins spotted on the Highland Water walk. Note how the two trees are joined together.

 

 

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16th July 2006  

Hurst Castle
Lindsay & Dave led a group of 15 walkers on a 9 mile
walk starting and ending at Hurst Beach via Efford Bridge.
Sunday, 16th July was an extremely hot day!, 30+deg C
Hurst Beach Walk, 16thJuly.
(Photo submitted by DK

 

 
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20th July 2006  

Fordingbridge Festival Walks
First of the Fordingbridge Festival Walks led by Ruth

 

 
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5th August 2006  

Healthy Walks
The "Ringwood Roam" was organised by the HCC Paths Partnership as part of their "Healthy Walks" campaign. It took the form of a 40 minute walk around Ringwood and ended at Greyfriars where light refreshments were provided.
(Photo submitted by David Molloy)

 

 
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6th August 2006  

Wardour Castle
Janet led a group of 21 walkers on a very picturesque 7 mile walk which started and
finished at Old Wardour Castle (near Tisbury,Wilts). This was one of many wonderful views that were enjoyed by the group. ( Photo submitted by DK)

 

 
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10th Sept 2006  
Corfe Castle
The walk from Corfe Castle to Swanage (approx 8.5 miles) was led by Ruth. 24 walkers enjoyed the very spectacular views and the extremely hot, sunny weather. A much needed swim/paddle was enjoyed on thebeach at Swanage before catching the steam train back to Corfe Village
(Photos submitted by David K, Chris M & Margaret)


 


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5th Nov 2006  

Martin Down
On a warm,sunny and very clear day on Sunday 5th    November, Janet  led a walk of some 8 miles around          Martin Down and the surrounding countryside. The distant views across Cranborne Chase and to the Isle of Wight were quite breathtaking.   (Photo submitted by Margaret)


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19th Nov 2006  

Lyndhurst & Minstead
Sunday 19th November 2006. This was a 10 mile
circular walk around Lyndhurst & Minstead passing the
reptillary, Furzey Gardens and Minstead. The walk was
led by Lindsay and Dave
(Photo submitted by Margaret)

 

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20th Dec 2006

Avon Valley
Wednesday 20th December 2006 started as a very cold and foggy morning with the temperature just below freezing. Ruth led a group of us on a 4.5 mile walk along part of the Avon Valley path and surrounding New Forest. Soon after we started, the sun broke through the mist and it turned into a beautifully sunny day. 
This sunny winter view of the River Avon was taken from Castle View. near Woodgreen. The fog bank that
enveloped everything at the start of the walk can be seen in the distance.
(Photos submitted by DK)


 

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