Friday, August 28, 2020
Monday, August 24, 2020
Burial of Kathy Serpell-Morris held at Harlington Garden Cemetery
24th August 2020 at 3.30pm
The funeral service had already taken place at Nevill's chapel in Leagrave. Due to Covid-19 this was restricted to family & close friends.
|Shortly before 3.30 pm the hearse & cars carrying the family & close friends arrived at HGC.|
|About a dozen members of TRC attended, whilst many others sent their apologies for not attending due to a variety of reasons..|
Rev Nigel Washington officiated at a manly non religious service at the grave side which was in the woodland area at the rear of the cemetery. the service included the following poem.
Thursday, August 20, 2020
Flitwick Moor Walk 20th August. 3 + miles led by Hilary
This walk started from outside the White Hart in Flitton.
|Hilary, Bob, Beryl, Annie & Chris outside the Jack Crawley Memorial Barn on Flitton Moor|
|Joan, Hilary, Chris, Annie, Bob & Beryl by the gate.|
|Bob, Chris, Beryl, Annie, Tony P & Joan|
|Tony P, Annie, Chris, Bob, Joan & Beryl|
|Map showing the walk route.|
Thursday, August 13, 2020
Saturday, August 8, 2020
Saturday August 8th Hockliffe, 8.5 miles, three ramblers led by Ruth
There were origianlly six booked on this ramle but visitors and a hot forecast resulted in three cancelleations, giving the three remaining ramblers a chance to agree to set off early at 9am to avoid the worst of the heat. It was lovely and cool with good views across the field with Leighton Buzzard church steeple in view. Later there was a glad of trees to and from the light railway line on Mile End Road.
On the way to Battlesden we had a break under a welcome solitary oak tree then caught a welcome breeze as we walked across fields to and from Tebworth. No-one elected for the shortcut, all glad of a longer walk to increase our fitness.
Thursday August 6th, 3 miles 6 ramblers, Flitwick Wood led by Joan
A slight dampness in the air was welcome after the endless heat and it was lovely and cool in the woods. Blackberries were starting to ripen and a few were eaten on the way. Five of us finished in Joan's garden for a cup of herbal tea.