Tag Archives: Bushy Park Walkers
We came in cars to Claremont, To walk and talk and simply be At ease beneath the goldening trees, Amidst most pleasant company. Our sunny morning ended With glowing smiles and feeling free. Back home, not even threatening rain … Continue reading
It has been a while since the last post here but that does not mean that the group has stopped walking. We go from strength to strength. Some weeks the numbers are low but the quality of the walk, fellowship, … Continue reading
Richmond Park – National Nature Reserve is a new film by the Friends of Richmond Park, presented and narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
In 2009 Maeve, one of the founding members of The Bushy Park Walkers, wrote the following piece for Focus. It was read out, by Judith, to current members of the group this Christmas as part of our annual wassail, which … Continue reading
In anticipation of the cold weather returning soon here is Judith’s poem “Bushy Park” written in 2009 after a walk through a cold and frosty Bushy Park. Bushy Park is white once more, as we walk one winter morning. … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who bought one of our Bushy Park Walkers Calendars. All the calendars have now been sold and I’m delighted to let you know that we have raised £199.80 for Teddington Methodist Church’s Hall For Us All … Continue reading