Beds, Bucks and Northants

The Beds, Bucks and Northants (BBN) group is one of about 40 groups around the country affiliated to the Long Distance Walkers Association. We are a friendly bunch who enjoy the social side of the club as well as the walking.  You will be made very welcome on any BBN walks.

We have social walks at the weekend, normally a Sunday, and these average 20 miles in length.  This would take about eight hours to complete and all walkers need to carry enough food and drink to last the day.  The group also offers Thursday walks which are shorter in length, about 15 miles. Details of our social walks and challenge events are under Future Events

Please take a look in Latest News to see what we've been up to recently.  If you'd like to be notified of news updates, please complete a BBN membership form. Currently, we do not use the Local Groups Memberships or Email Preferences sections of the LDWA membership details.

Hello fellow walkers and welcome to the Beds Bucks Northants group of the LDWA.

In line with our group title we offer a range of walks in the aforementioned 3 counties. Our social and challenge walks will take you through a wide variety of scenery and countryside such as the clay and sandstone of Bedfordshire, the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of the Chilterns and the rolling hills of Northamptonshire.

All LDWA members and non LDWA members will be guaranteed a warm welcome and a good days walking in the fresh air.  The one thing we want you to feel at the end of each our walks is that you’ve had an excellent day out with like minded souls and that you will be looking forward to  the next one. We want new members to come back!

We offer 3 challenge walks per year (currently) and a full programme of social walks on which all are welcome. We look forward to greeting you.

Norman Corrin, BBN Chairman

If you can't find what you're looking for, or have any comments, please contact our group secretary, bbn@ldwa.org.uk.

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