Join us again for a RambAle in 2023!
Sheffield has many great pubs and green spaces within, and around, its boundaries. Now they are open again it’s time for us to get our boots on and go for our drinks further afield – do join us!
Once again we invite you to join us on visits to some of our local pubs and villages in the countryside in and surrounding Sheffield using public transport.
Sheffield CAMRA RambAles are walks and a few drinks with friends. We hope you can join us for one, or more, of them.
Sat 8 Apr – Woodseats Wander
Meet at Guzzle Micropub, Chesterfield Road, Woodseats at 14:00 (24, 25, 43, 75, 76, X17 buses)
Then via Graves Park up to the Mount Pleasant and Cross Scythes on Derbyshire Lane and then down to the Heeley Triangle pubs: Brothers Arms, Sheaf View and White Lion.
Sat 20 May – Birchover & Stanton
09:40 218 from Sheffield Interchange to Bakewell, to connect with 11:00 172 bus to Birchover for the Druid; then via Stanton Stone Circles to the Flying Childers at Stanton in Peak; followed by the Grouse & Claret at Rowsley. Bus back to Bakewell for Joiners Arms and/or bus back to Sheffield.
Sat 17 Jun – Coal Aston to Dronfield
11:56 44 bus from Flat Street to Coal Aston for c12:30 arrival. Royal Oak will be our first call, then SCW to the Gate at Troway; Then onto the Traveller’s Rest at Apperknowle and the Miners Arms at Hundall; and onwards to the pubs of Dronfield.
Jul (TBA) – Wortley Beer Festival (probably)
Bus to Deepcar, King & Miller, for 12:15; walk up to Wortley. Bus back to Sheffield.
Sat 26 Aug – Hope Valley Beer Festival
Taking in the festival at the Old Hall Hotel in Hope.
Sep (TBA) – Cordwell Valley
We may have a late RambAle in October, but we’re waiting for the football fixture lists and dates of local beer festivals to come out so we can fit our walks around them and some of these walks may have to be amended to suit the situation.
PLEASE NOTE: All bus, tram and train times are subject to change and last minute cancellation. Please check before setting off
We aim to provide a series of walks which we hope people won’t find either too long or too strenuous
and most will feature a number of pubs and drop-out points where people can leave and make their own way back, by bus or train, to Sheffield if they don’t fancy doing the whole walk or want to stay for another drink in a particular pub. These will also provide joining points for any latecomers.
Most timings and fares will be given in the walk’s listing. Any additions or amendments will also be published in new leaflets, future editions of Beer Matters or on the branch website, or by contacting the RambAles coordinator on 07842 530128 or email@example.com who can also be contacted if you need any more information on any of these walks.
Everyone is welcome to join us on any of these walks but they are advised to come suitably equipped for the day’s walking, which may be rough, wet and muddy in places. You should also come prepared for the possibility of changeable and inclement weather. In most cases you will also need to bring (or be able to buy) sufficient food and drink for yourself for the day.
Malcolm & Jenny