Starting in Everdon, we progressed through Newnham, then Badby (with a welcome pub break) and on through Fawsley Park. The sign seen in the grounds of the latter, was undoubtedly offering comradely support to our Greek brothers and sisters in their anti-austerity struggle.
The capitalist media as you might expect, in the form of
the BBC weather forecast, let us down at the beginning. ‘Zero chance of precipitation’ indeed! But we pushed on with pessimism of the intellect and optimism of the will. And after a couple of showers, it was warm enough for everyone to quickly dry off and enjoy the rest of the walk with clear valley views across and out of Fawsley Park. As one of the group reminded us, the house there was once the home of Norman St John-Stevas, Baron St John of Fawsley. One of Margaret Thatcher’s ministers, he fell out with her over economic policy. He died in 2012 but whatever happened to her?
The next Red Rope walk is being planned for mid/late-September. If you’d like to join us and get details of that walk, please e-mail – email@example.com or telephone Roger on 01604 702632.
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Rope group is newly established and if you can contribute to the group in any
way, please get in touch. The website for Red Rope nationally, can be found at – http://www.redrope.org.uk/