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Sue’s suggestion from a week or so ago might be a good option

How might that work for you @owen-mcknight @RichardBuck @ramblingjohn ?


I can only usually make Sundays; but please go ahead and plan without me, and I’ll join you on a walk if I can, and in the Kings Arms if I can’t.


We want to include as many people as possible, so let’s see what fits in with other people - if I’m interpreting @Betterlatethan’s earlier message aright …

… she can sometimes make Sunday afternoons, and that might well work for others as well


I’d potentially be interested in Sunday walks, if things go in the direction.


Saturday afternoons or Sunday mornings are currently best with us due to different baby groups. We are hoping to move our Sunday group to Saturday so that may change. Probably best to just go with the majority and we’ll tag along if we can. Thanks


I’d be interested in the walk from Radley station if it’s rescheduled! I find it more difficult to meet up at weekends but am sometimes free. I think it’s best if you reschedule when most people are free and I will join in if I can make it! I am busy weekends of 19/20 and 26/27 Oct . Diolch Bethan


I am free almost every Sunday afternoon.


Helo pawb - shall we plan to reschedule our postponed Radley walk on Sunday 20 October?

And looking ahead also to next month, how about Saturday 9 November (route to be decided later, depending on who might be able to make it :slightly_smiling_face:)?

Hwyl, John

Oxford Welsh learners group

Sunday 20 October is good for me. I can be at Radley Station at 1.30pm. Weather permitting.


I should also be able to make Sunday 20 October (but not Saturday 9 November). Will put it in the diary and keep my fingers crossed for dry weather!


A quick memory jog about our Radley Lakes walk next weekend (Sun 20th). At the moment the BBC weather forecast for the 20th looks pretty good (although we all know that will probably have changed several times before next weekend and the Met Office forecast will probably say something different anyway :roll_eyes:)
Hwyl, John