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 WALKS OF THREE GRADES  LED WALKS  WALKS EVERY WEEK  TRANSPORT BY COACH  TRANSPORT BY CARS  SOCIAL EVENTS  WEEKENDS AWAY  GET FIT AND STAY FIT  LIVE LONGER  GET STRONGER  FEEL BETTER  CONTROL YOUR WEIGHT  IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH  MAKE NEW FRIENDS
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What did YOU do last

weekend?

You could have been with us enjoying the fresh air and countryside. So why not join our rambling club to go walking, get fit, get some fresh air, make new friends, and have a great day out. Read on to find out how you can join us. [more]
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Welcome

We are a friendly and unpretentious walking club based on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire. With coach collection points in Lytham St.Annes, Blackpool, Cleveleys, Thornton-Cleveleys and Poulton le Fylde. Popular destinations can be the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Derbyshire's Peak District, North Wales (Snowdonia) and Lancashire. All walks (rambles) have experienced leaders and are graded to suit different levels of fitness. Are you interested in friendship through walking? Do you want to enjoy better fittness and health? Then take a look at what we do, and how you can join us.
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Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter

Every season is a season for walking! All walks are planned to be complete while we still have daylight. Longer days generally mean longer walks or walks a little further away. Whatever the weather, you’re always going to have a great day out with the Fylde Coast Ramblers. Our members share a love of walking and the countryside. Many walks end at a pub or tearoom/cafe where we can have a friendly chat. We are an informal, friendly, diverse group of friends who enjoy walking the spectacular countryside that Northern England provides.  We are extremely lucky to be based in such a beautiful part of the country, with the Lake District, The Forest of Bowland, North Wales (Snowdonia), Yorkshire Dales, The Howgills and North Lancashire all pretty much on our doorstep. The club has approximately 150 members, many of whom are regular walkers with the club. Membership is fairly evenly split between the sexes, with ages ranging from juniors (under 15) to over 80’s. The club doesn’t run itself so naturally there are a few people beavering away in the background to make sure your trip is enjoyable and safe. We have an organising Committee led by a very able Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer to look after the important stuff. They are assisted by a merry band of helpers with supporting roles that keep the club running like clockwork.
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Why am looking at this page?

Well here you are looking at this club website. There could be many reasons you arrived at this page. We will take a moment to analyse the popular reasons that you are searching for a club like ours. You feel you want to be a bit more active, to leave the TV and sofa behind and do something else: A walk with us every weekend will help you get out of the house and have a little adventure. You are worried about your health: Walking is well known for its health benefits. Walking in the countryside is very good for clearing the mind and uplifting our spirits. As you walk with us you will find your fitness increases with each step you take. You are lonely: From the moment you get on the coach, if it’s your first time with us, then I would be surprised if it took long for someone to engage you in conversation. Then during the walk you will find you will be chatting away to the others in your walking group. A lunch time “picnic” will be another chance for a chinwag. After the walk ends most will head for a pub or tearoom/café and if you tag on you will have more time to enjoy your new friends. You are now retired or will be soon: Of course you are worried you will have lots of time on your hands and are worried about losing your health and getting stale. This is when you need other interests to occupy yourself. Walking/Rambling is perfect for this. After our walks you will return home with the feeling that you personally achieved something that day, and are looking forward to walking with us again. You are divorced or have family problems: Normally couples do things together and when you suddenly find your now on your own it can be difficult. Your friends will take their time in coming to terms with this and to regard you as now on your own. Perhaps now is the time for new friends and new relationships. Lots of people (myself included) have come to join this club after a separation and have never looked back. You are bereaved. You have lost your wife, husband, partner or your “significant other half”:  Your head is full of doubts and fears. You must take time to adjust to your loss. Then when the time feels right why not come walking with us. You don’t need to pay for club membership straight away, but give it two or three goes to see the benefits and new friends you have found. Remember you are not on your own for long.
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Home More info Walks Join Gallery Contact Affiliated to the Ramblers Association black bar black bar Fylde Coast Ramblers logo contact email button facebook link to Fylde Coast Ramblers

Welcome

We are a friendly and unpretentious walking club based on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire. With coach collection points in Lytham St.Annes, Blackpool, Cleveleys, Thornton-Cleveleys and Poulton le Fylde. Popular destinations can be the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Derbyshire's Peak District, North Wales (Snowdonia) and Lancashire. All walks (rambles) have experienced leaders and are graded to suit different levels of fitness. Are you interested in friendship through walking? Do you want to enjoy better fittness and health? Then take a look at what we do, and how you can join us.
Just a straight line Walk this way to Walking Holidays UK

  The benefits

 WALKS OF THREE GRADES  LED WALKS  WALKS EVERY WEEK  TRANSPORT BY COACH  TRANSPORT BY CARS  SOCIAL EVENTS  WEEKENDS AWAY  GET FIT AND STAY FIT  LIVE LONGER  GET STRONGER  FEEL BETTER  CONTROL YOUR WEIGHT  IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH  MAKE NEW FRIENDS
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What did YOU do

last weekend?

You could have been with us enjoying the fresh air and countryside. So why not join our rambling club to go walking, get fit, get some fresh air, make new friends, and have a great day out. Read on to find out how you can join us. [more]
a brilliant walking club The Ramblers struggle up the hill
© Fylde Coast Ramblers - This website is compliant with the new EU cookie law Fylde Coast Ramblers is affiliated to the Ramblers Association. Our affiliation number is 591570
Just a straight line

Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter

Every season is a season for walking! All walks are planned to be complete while we still have daylight. Longer days generally mean longer walks or walks a little further away. Whatever the weather, you’re always going to have a great day out with the Fylde Coast Ramblers. Our members share a love of walking and the countryside. Many walks end at a pub or tearoom/cafe where we can have a friendly chat. We are an informal, friendly, diverse group of friends who enjoy walking the spectacular countryside that Northern England provides.  We are extremely lucky to be based in such a beautiful part of the country, with the Lake District, The Forest of Bowland, North Wales (Snowdonia), Yorkshire Dales, The Howgills and North Lancashire all pretty much on our doorstep. The club has approximately 150 members, many of whom are regular walkers with the club. Membership is fairly evenly split between the sexes, with ages ranging from juniors (under 15) to over 80’s. The club doesn’t run itself so naturally there are a few people beavering away in the background to make sure your trip is enjoyable and safe. We have an organising Committee led by a very able Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer to look after the important stuff. They are assisted by a merry band of helpers with supporting roles that keep the club running like clockwork.
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Why am looking at this page?

Well here you are looking at this club website. There could be many reasons you arrived at this page. We will take a moment to analyse the popular reasons that you are searching for a club like ours. You feel you want to be a bit more active, to leave the TV and sofa behind and do something else: A walk with us every weekend will help you get out of the house and have a little adventure. You are worried about your health: Walking is well known for its health benefits. Walking in the countryside is very good for clearing the mind and uplifting our spirits. As you walk with us you will find your fitness increases with each step you take. You are lonely: From the moment you get on the coach, if it’s your first time with us, then I would be surprised if it took long for someone to engage you in conversation. Then during the walk you will find you will be chatting away to the others in your walking group. A lunch time “picnic” will be another chance for a chinwag. After the walk ends most will head for a pub or tearoom/café and if you tag on you will have more time to enjoy your new friends. You are now retired or will be soon: Of course you are worried you will have lots of time on your hands and are worried about losing your health and getting stale. This is when you need other interests to occupy yourself. Walking/Rambling is perfect for this. After our walks you will return home with the feeling that you personally achieved something that day, and are looking forward to walking with us again. You are divorced or have family problems: Normally couples do things together and when you suddenly find your now on your own it can be difficult. Your friends will take their time in coming to terms with this and to regard you as now on your own. Perhaps now is the time for new friends and new relationships. Lots of people (myself included) have come to join this club after a separation and have never looked back. You are bereaved. You have lost your wife, husband, partner or your “significant other half”: Your head is full of doubts and fears. You must take time to adjust to your loss. Then when the time feels right why not come walking with us. You don’t need to pay for club membership straight away, but give it two or three goes to see the benefits and new friends you have found. Remember you are not on your own for long.
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Welcome

We are a friendly and unpretentious walking club based on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire. With coach collection points in Lytham St.Annes, Blackpool, Cleveleys, Thornton- Cleveleys and Poulton le Fylde. Popular destinations can be the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Derbyshire's Peak District, North Wales (Snowdonia) and Lancashire. All walks (rambles) have experienced leaders and are graded to suit different levels of fitness. Are you interested in friendship through walking? Do you want to enjoy better fittness and health? Then take a look at what we do, and how you can join us.
Walk this way to Walking Holidays UK

  The benefits

 WALKS OF THREE GRADES  LED WALKS  WALKS EVERY WEEK  TRANSPORT BY COACH  TRANSPORT BY CARS  SOCIAL EVENTS  WEEKENDS AWAY  GET FIT AND STAY FIT  LIVE LONGER  GET STRONGER  FEEL BETTER  CONTROL YOUR WEIGHT  IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH  MAKE NEW FRIENDS
Just a straight line

What did YOU do last weekend?

You could have been with us enjoying the fresh air and countryside. So why not join our rambling club to go walking, get fit, get some fresh air, make new friends, and have a great day out. Read on to find out how you can join us. [more]
a brilliant walking club Just a straight line The Ramblers struggle up the hill
© Fylde Coast Ramblers - This website is compliant with the new EU cookie law Fylde Coast Ramblers is affiliated to the Ramblers Association. Our affiliation number is 591570
Just a straight line

Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter

Every season is a season for walking! All walks are planned to be complete while we still have daylight. Longer days generally mean longer walks or walks a little further away. Whatever the weather, you’re always going to have a great day out with the Fylde Coast Ramblers. Our members share a love of walking and the countryside. Many walks end at a pub or tearoom/cafe where we can have a friendly chat. We are an informal, friendly, diverse group of friends who enjoy walking the spectacular countryside that Northern England provides.  We are extremely lucky to be based in such a beautiful part of the country, with the Lake District, The Forest of Bowland, North Wales (Snowdonia), Yorkshire Dales, The Howgills and North Lancashire all pretty much on our doorstep. The club has approximately 150 members, many of whom are regular walkers with the club. Membership is fairly evenly split between the sexes, with ages ranging from juniors (under 15) to over 80’s. The club doesn’t run itself so naturally there are a few people beavering away in the background to make sure your trip is enjoyable and safe. We have an organising Committee led by a very able Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer to look after the important stuff. They are assisted by a merry band of helpers with supporting roles that keep the club running like clockwork.
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Why am looking at this page?

Well here you are looking at this club website. There could be many reasons you arrived at this page. We will take a moment to analyse the popular reasons that you are searching for a club like ours. You feel you want to be a bit more active, to leave the TV and sofa behind and do something else: A walk with us every weekend will help you get out of the house and have a little adventure. You are worried about your health: Walking is well known for its health benefits. Walking in the countryside is very good for clearing the mind and uplifting our spirits. As you walk with us you will find your fitness increases with each step you take. You are lonely: From the moment you get on the coach, if it’s your first time with us, then I would be surprised if it took long for someone to engage you in conversation. Then during the walk you will find you will be chatting away to the others in your walking group. A lunch time “picnic” will be another chance for a chinwag. After the walk ends most will head for a pub or tearoom/café and if you tag on you will have more time to enjoy your new friends. You are now retired or will be soon: Of course you are worried you will have lots of time on your hands and are worried about losing your health and getting stale. This is when you need other interests to occupy yourself. Walking/Rambling is perfect for this. After our walks you will return home with the feeling that you personally achieved something that day, and are looking forward to walking with us again. You are divorced or have family problems: Normally couples do things together and when you suddenly find your now on your own it can be difficult. Your friends will take their time in coming to terms with this and to regard you as now on your own. Perhaps now is the time for new friends and new relationships. Lots of people (myself included) have come to join this club after a separation and have never looked back. You are bereaved. You have lost your wife, husband, partner or your “significant other half”:  Your head is full of doubts and fears. You must take time to adjust to your loss. Then when the time feels right why not come walking with us. You don’t need to pay for club membership straight away, but give it two or three goes to see the benefits and new friends you have found. Remember you are not on your own for long.
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