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27 June 2019 - Well Hill & Lullingstone Park. Drew stepped into the breech and we all enjoyed the lovely spring like weather. Meeting at, and dining at the Bo Peep the krawl was based on Drew's previous krawl a year ago. Eight set of on what turned out to be 6 and a half miles of open countryside with some lovely views both north and south. The halfway house being the Lulligstone Park Golf Club as before. Four joined us for a most enjoyable lunch.

Present: Drew (President), BN, Phil, Gareth, Apples, Dave W, Rae, Fred - Daves C & H, Jim & Harry joined for lunch (8+4=12)

Apologies: Ponti, John B, Chris, Martin, Roger & Ken (6) 


30 May 2019 - Ladies Day krawl around Shipbourne. Anthony was President and BN (Mike was ill) and sent in this report: "The KKK met at 9.45. Weather was fine with a light breeze, but it was pretty humid.
Following a glass of Prosecco, we set off and reached the top of Shipbourne, where we turned right and up the Fairlawne Estate. I gave a small piece about the Cazalet family who owned the estate until 1979 in particular Sir Peter Cazalet, racehorse trainer to the Queen Mum. I also did a piece about Edward Cazalet, Peter’s elder brother, killed in WW1.
At the road near Plaxtol, some went straight to the halfway house (The Papermakers Arms), whilst others did an extra loop up the hill. When we got to the war memorial in Plaxtol I did a piece on two Golding  brothers (of hop fame) who were also killed in WW1. William Golding joined up on 6th August 1914 and was killed on 31st October 1918, eleven days before the Armistice.
After a pleasant 45 minutes at the Papermakers Arms we ambled down hill across four fields and arrived at the Kentish Rifleman at 1.20,  where it was generally agreed we had an excellent lunch.
The whole day came to £25 a head! a record I think. Everybody kept asking whether I had added everything up correctly."

Present: Anthony (President) & Jan, Drew, Gareth, Jim, Chris & Sue, Fred & PohLeng, Dave & Rita, Kate, Judith - Ken & Jackie and Harry & Cherry joined for lunch (13+4=17)

Apologies: Rae, Appples, Roger, Martin, Trish, Annie, Daves C&H, Mike


25 April 2019 - The Brothers-in-law organised a delightful krawl around Knockholt. This was a back-to-front version of the January krawl. So we set off from The Tally Ho in Knockholt and made our way to The Three Horseshoes for a well deserved pint. On our travels we met with a Lady with a Harris Hawk and had a Spitfire fly over and saw lots and lots of bluebells and rape. No dramas, good weather, good under foot and as usual, good company - just shy of 7 1/2 miles in total.

Preasent: Roger & Dave W (joint Presidents), BN, Apples, Drew, Phil, Fred - Harry joined for lunch (7+1=8)

Apologies: Ponti, Chris, Ken, Gareth, Martin, Dave C, Jim, David H, Butler & Rae (10)


28 March 2019 - Hayes Common - Overcast but not cold greeted us at The Greyhound, Keston. A steady pace took us up and down towards the New Inn in Hayes, by which time the sun was out, enabling us to sit in their garden for a nice pint. Just under 5 miles to there and a further one and a half more took us back to The Greyhound. A leisurely lunch rounded off another enjoyable day.

Present: Rae (President), BN, Phil, Jim, Gareth & Chris - Harry & Dave C joined for lunch (8)

Apologies: Drew, Ponti, Apples, David W&H, Fred, Martin, John's B&B, Ken, Roger (11)


28 February 2019 - Ide Hill - Dave Appleton organised another pleasant krawl with lots of hills... Nine krawling and 12 dining all enjoyed the spring weather. We meet at The Cock Inn, Ide Hill and used The Fox & Hounds at Toys Hill for the halfway. Just over 7 miles in total.

Present: Apples (President). Drew, Jim, Dave W, Rae, Phil, Chris, Roger & Ponti - Dave C, Harry & BN joined for lunch (12)

Apologies:  Fred, John's B&B, Martin, Gareth, Dave H (6)

 

 


31 January 2019 - Knockholt area in the snow. First time for many to krawl in the snow and did they enjoy it! Roger made sure of that. Ten krawlers set out and eventual made it back to The Three Horseshoes, albeit a bit late... three non krawlers had been waiting nearly an hour. A first class meal was enjoyed by all. The halfway house was The Tally Ho. Fred had as his guest Mathew Cooper, son of Rodney, a former krawler, who passed on a few years ago, good to see him again. Just about 7.5 miles in total.

Present: Roger (President), Ponti, Drew, Jim, Rae, Chris, Apples, Fred & Mathew, Dave W - joined by BN, Harry and Ken for Lunch (10+3=13)

Apologies: Phil, Martin, Denis, John B's x2, Dave C & David H (7)