Inner London Area’s AGM will be on Saturday 9th February 2019 from 2pm-4pm at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church on Shaftesbury Avenue in London.

The AGM will consider the formal business of the Area – electing committee members for 2019-20, electing delegates for General Council 2019 in Manchester (April 13th & 14th) and the Annual Report and Accounts.  

The guest speaker will be Alice Stevenson, author of Ways to Walk in London and Ways to See Great Britain, both published by September ( Alice Stevenson is an author, illustrator, artist, surface pattern designer and educator. A native Londoner, her travels on foot around her home city inspire her writing and artworks. Alice lives and works in South East London (


We will also be joined by Aynsley Jardin from Ramblers' Board of Trustees who will talk to us about Ramblers nationally.

We hope as many Ramblers’ members of Inner London and our groups as possible will join us for what promises to be an interesting and enjoyable afternoon.  Tea and home-made cake will be provided. 

NB. The venue does not allow dogs, other than assistance dogs, inside.


We're delighted that, once again this year, some of our groups are leading morning walks, open to all, and which will end at the venue with time for lunch before the meeting:

Capital Walkers

Start: 10am Hampstead Tube Station (Northern Line Edgware Branch) - 7 miles

We head to Hampstead Heath and Parliament Hill, then descend from Parliament Hill and walk via quiet side streets (Belsize Park area) to Primrose Hill. After that we join the Regent's Canal and follow it to Granary Square, Kings Cross and then head via Russell Square to Bloomsbury.

London Strollers

Start: 10.15 Bethnal Green tube station (Zone 2, Central Line). Meet outside Cambridge Heath Road east side exit - 6 miles

A walk of about six miles featuring several open spaces, parks, gardens, streets and towpath. 

South Bank

Start: 10.45 Euston tube / mainline (Zone 1) - meet in Euston Square in front of the Robert Stephenson statue - 4 miles

A walk around Fitzrovia exploring some of the artistic and industrial past of the area between Fitzroy Square and Oxford Street, stopping along the way to see some interesting, curious and bizarre features.