Apologies for the lateness of this post!
Photos from the Badby to Farthingstone Circular Walk on 6th July 2019 by the Milton Keynes Deaf Rambling club.
Summary of the walk by Steve Lawrence:
“From The windmill Inn of Badby village we started our walk south to follow the Knightley Way signpost though the edge of Badby Wood down and en route to the historic Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa which was a seventh century royal manor.
After 7 miles long walked to Farthingstone village, via the golf course, we entered the local pub with the pink painted seats placed in front of building and rested there for lunchtime in the back garden, with variety of ornamental objects including glass bottles that embodies with living colourful plants intricately everywhere in the garden, that looks like a fairytale place where elves occupy there. Fantastically!
As we strolled continually along for another 5 miles though the deciduous woodland between Farthingstone and Everdon including Everdon Stubbs Park, and on top of Everdon hill we swayed through the cultivated crop with lovely distinctive red poppies mixed as these reminding us the memorial war battlefields of Remembrance. Viewed with some great scenery views over classic Northamptonshire countryside, rolling hills, fields, farmhouses and farm tracks.
We returned to the Windmill Inn in Badby for some lovely drinks to quench our thirsty. We enjoyed the circular walk which is a little less exciting, but overall this is a really enjoyable walk.”
Apologies for the lateness with this post!
Here are photos from the StageText presentation given out to members of Wednesday Afternoon Club on 17th July 2019.
StageText is used to provide captioning and live subtitling in theatre and shows and concerts etc. This provides accessibility for deaf and hard-of-hearing people to attend showings. Thank you to StageText for providing the presentation to the local deaf people in Milton Keynes!
To find out more about StageText and what showings are available with captioning see:
Apologies for the lateness of posting this, we had some issues with the website which have been fixed now!
Anyway, here are the photos from Wednesday Afternoon Club on 19th June 2019.
Debbie Jakeman from Access Ambassadors came along to talk about her company that provides independent living support, advice and information service and supports a range of accessible social activities for deaf and hard of hearing people in Milton Keynes.
To find out more about Access Ambassadors:
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AccessAmbassadors/
MK Deaf Rambling: Badby to Farthingstone Circular Walk – Saturday 6th July 10 am.
Badby to Farthingstone Circular Walk (via Fawsley Hall and Everdon Stubbs), Northants. 11.5 miles walk, Easy/Moderate grade.
A great place to walk though the Badby Wood, en route to the historic Fawsley Hall and also stunning scenery views from Everdon Stubbs Park.
Meet at the The Windmill Inn, Main Street, Badby, Northamptonshire, NN11 3AN at 10am. The walk will start at 10.30am.
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/7cjYbbxJQNWLcETD6
- Bring your own lunch and drinks.
- Wear suitable sturdy boots and always bring weatherproof clothing.
- Dogs are welcome but it is your responsibility to keep on lead when walking on the road and clean up dog mess.
- Walk Leader is Frixos Aresti – contact email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos of Wednesday Afternoon Club on 20th March 2019 at John Lewis.
Everyone played cards and talked about the upcoming BSL Tour at Bletchley Park in May (now SOLD OUT!).
MK Deaf Rambling will be leading a walk on Saturday 13th April 2019 from Hexton near Hitchin at 10am. See information below:
Circular Hill Walking from Hexton including Lilley Hoo, Beds/Herts.
13 miles approx, Moderate level.
Walking route is in the situation of the Northern end of the Chilterns and it is a great place to walk though, with stunning views through miles after miles of beautiful countryside.
Meet at the The Raven Pub, Village Street, Hexton,
Hitchin, SG5 3JB at 10am. The walk will start at 10.30am.
- Bring your own lunch and drinks or eat at Lilley Arms pub.
- Wear suitable sturdy boots and always bring weatherproof
- Dogs are welcome but it is your responsibility to keep on lead
when walking on the road and clean up dog mess.
- Walk Leader is Bryan Whalley – contact email email@example.com