Alcester Tuesday Walkers

Who can attend?: Junior (Under 18s) and Seniors (Over 18s)

Alcester Tuesday Walkers have two group walks each week, starting at the Greig Centre car park. Join us for a walk through the countryside surrounding Alcester. We decide where we will walk when we meet up and don't have a fixed leader. There is no charge for these walks. All welcome; no dogs, please.

Walk 1 - 10:00. Approximately six-mile brisk walk.

Walk 2 - 10:15. Approximately five-mile slower-paced walk.

Both walks usually finish 12:00 - 12:15. Refreshments are taken at the Turks Head and Venue Xpresso, both in High Street, Alcester.

Club contact: John Ross - 07885 834545 or email


Burning Soles Walking Group

Who can attend?: Seniors (Over 18s)

Regular Sunday morning walk of 3 to 3.5 hours within a one-hour drive of Stratford-upon-Avon. £7 annual membership to cover insurance.

Club contact: Julian Laithwaite - 01789 612925 or email

How do you pay?: Membership fees

Southam Ramblers

Who can attend?: Seniors (Over 18s)

Walks are held on alternate Wednesdays throughout the year. We meet at 09:30 in the Wood Street car park in the centre of Southam and share transport to start points in Warwickshire, Northamptonshire or Oxfordshire for walks averaging five miles. Summer strolls, starting and finishing from Wood Street, are held on alternate Thursday evenings from May to mid-August.

Southam Ramblers have put together an information booklet about a local circular walk called 'The Harry Green Way'.

Club contact:

How do you pay?: Membership fees


Stratford-upon-Avon Ramblers

Who can attend?: Juniors (Under 18s) and Seniors (Over 18s)

Organised walks every Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday of varying lengths. Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. For more details, see the website.

Club contact: Aileen Hathaway - 07787029709 or email

Club affiliation: Ramblers Association

How do you pay?: Membership fees


Stratford-upon-Avon Leisure Centre (Everyone Active)

Who can attend?: Everyone

A social, led, brisk, short walk which, done on a regular basis, can help you feel good and have more energy. Health Walks are led by trained walk leaders and vary in length to suit all abilities. All you need is a comfortable pair of shoes and possibly a drink although many walks finish at a watering hole.

Mondays: from Lower Meadows care home at 1.30pm around Bishopton.

Fridays: from the Ken Kennett Centre at 12.30pm around Clopton.

Club contact: Amy Widman - 07720097447 or email

How do you pay?: Free to attend.

Website: Stratford Community Outreach - Everyone Active

Contact: The Leisure team

Last updated on 19/04/2024