Walking for Health

Marnhull Ramblers & Short Walkers

Marnhull Ramblers & Short Walkers organise regular events to help promote good health whilst enjoying the natural beauty right on your door step.

Dogs are welcome BUT must be kept under close control in accordance with the Countryside Code.

If your circumstances have changed (for example moved away from the village) and you are no longer able to join these rambles and walks, we can update the database accordingly. This is used to give advanced notice to regular participants.

Ros Eveleigh keeps Marnhull village website up to date so it can be used for reference at any time.

Non-urgent advice: Our Next Walk

When: 30th May
Where : Meet at the Langton Arms, Tarrant Monkton, DT11 8RX.
Time: Park from 09.30 – to order lunch – ready to depart at 10am. Orders can be given on the day – but numbers are required on Wed 29th. Weather permitting, there is a lovely garden to sit outside.

Please let me know if you can join us by 6pm on Tuesday 28th May.It will help them with staff etc as it’s after the Bank Holiday.

Route: About 6 miles – easy walking on tracks [dry and hard] and bridleways [soft in places]. Gentle but quite long climb from the village to the Down. No stiles. The path through Chetterwood is the best part.
Dogs: Welcome – need to kept under control. I encountered no livestock on this trail .

Leader: Elaine
Phone: 01258 821631 (6pm – 8pm only)
Email: [email protected]


This is a reminder to all who join us for either a Walk or a Ramble, that you do so at your own risk.

The Marnhull Ramblers is an informal group that is not affiliated to any formal organisation nor does it carry insurance.

While the leaders prepare a ’safe’ trail they are not First Aiders, nor responsible for any accident or damage that a may occur while out and about.

So, you are asked to ensure that you are fit enough too complete the distance, cope with the cross-country terrain and the pace of a ramble.

For safety – please carry with you a phone number for a person who can be called in case of an emergency. Thank you .

Protect the environment

  • take your litter home – leave no trace of your visit
  • always keep dogs under control and in sight
  • dog poo – bag it and bin it – any public waste bin will do
  • care for nature – do not cause damage or disturbance