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March 10, 2020

In a weekend of Flexi-club firsts, our second event saw a group of intrepid Pewsham Belles explorers head into Wales to climb Pen y Fan on Saturday! Pen y Fan is in the Brecons National Park and is the highest British peak south of Cadair Idris in Snowdonia. It's also...

October 20, 2019

This is a versatile walk for anyone who lives in the Cepen Park North, Bristol Road, or central Chippenham areas which has plenty of greenery even though the walk itself takes place within the town's boundaries. It's also a good option for muddy days as the walk is pav...

October 6, 2019

After more than two months of rain in a fortnight it was with some relief the day dawned sunny and fair for our latest walk on Sunday. There was a 'use it or lose it' flavour to the day as we took the railway path to Calne (threatened with closure earlier in the year,...

August 26, 2019

We had a brilliant walk into Chippenham this sunny morning with Diane showing her fellow Pewsham Belles her favourite walk into town from the Community Centre, avoiding the traffic. There are plenty of little hidden snicket ways to get out of Pewsham via the Turnpike a...

December 28, 2018

Our latest Flexi Club meeting was a circular walk around the Monkton Park estate and park today which followed the East Chippenham route, with a couple of variations to make it ours.

The two and a half mile walk took us along part of the disused Chippenham to Calne ra...

May 9, 2018

Fiona Plant reports (via Facebook): The Our Town group had a very interesting blue plaque walk round Chippenham led by Margaret who gave us lots of background and had some great books to show us more of how the town has changed. We retired to The Angel for a warm drink...

April 14, 2018

The walking cafe is go! We had a beautiful walk from Allington through quiet country lanes to Kington St Michael to meet for coffee and cake with our morning's non-walkers. As you can see we set out in gloomy fog, but our way back was in glorious spring sunshine.


November 4, 2017

The start of the month saw the Our Town group exploring the streets of Pewsham where they'd researched the soldiers commemorated in the streets in which they live(d). Teresa's story of her great uncle showed there are names yet to be commemorated.

The route started ou...