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Interest in SWAG and the Ramblers has been published in local newspapers. You can read these articles below.

» Somerset County Gazette, May 19th 2011

SWAG members enjoyed a five-mile walk around Compton Dundon for Get Walking Day

», February 14th 2011

Heavy rain failed to stop SWAG walkers completing seven mile walk from Burnham-On-Sea to Brent Knoll

» Somerset County Gazette, January 14th 2010

Canal walk clears the cobwebs

» January 2010

28 young walkers from SWAG and the Devon Bootlegs joined forces to conquer the Wellington Monument

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No walk today, but next year's programme is being put together. Why not lead a walk for us and show off your favourite parts of Somerset. 😊
01/11/2015 00:29@swagramblers

Welcome to Greenwich Mean Time! And what better way to start it than going on our walk from Wells. 11am kick-off from opposite Halfords. 😊
25/10/2015 10:08@swagramblers

Today's walk takes in the two Victorian towns of Clevedon and Portishead with half the route on the coastal path. Come along to ship spot!
18/10/2015 08:59@swagramblers

Straddling the border between Somerset and Devon, the Blackdown Hills is an AONB. Come on our walk from Corfe tomorrow to discover why.
10/10/2015 16:05@swagramblers

Kingston St Mary is the start of today's walk. The village belonged to the kings of the West Saxons and then the Bishop of Winchester.
27/09/2015 09:16@swagramblers

The new walking and social programmes are out. Visit our website and Facebook page and come out plodding with us one weekend. 😊
13/09/2015 11:43@swagramblers