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H&B   on 23/04/17 @ 16:25 said:

Hi Briony and welcome to this large and lovely family of friend and like minded walkers.
Put your name to a walk or something go along and enjoy. Have fun hope you like the site.

Briony   on 23/04/17 @ 17:00 said:

Thank you! My post seems to have cut off mid-way, I'm not sure why - other interests are mountain walking, cragging (in a novice but desperately want to improve), and very interested in getting into kayaking too!

Happiest in the hills   on 24/04/17 @ 9:14 said:

Hi Briony. Welcome to OD! Another possible avenue for you to try is to google the BMC website. It will list clubs all over the country, including London. Frequently clubs have a pub based mid week evening get together when plans are made for trips away. Why not give it a go? Good luck.

Briony   on 24/04/17 @ 12:02 said:

That's a great suggestion, I'll look into that! Thank you very much ☺️

Carpe Diem!   on 25/04/17 @ 10:43 said:

Briony: hi Briony. I know London can be a hard place to live but there are a lot of Outdoor Duo members down south and if you don't mind travelling a wee bit you will definitely get a very warm and friendly welcome off them. There have also been events in the London area from time to time. So watch the invitations and go for it. Its a wonderful site with lots of lovely people. Loads of luck to you Jonathan

catwalker   on 25/04/17 @ 19:06 said:

Hello Briony, welcome to the site. I remember arriving in London (over 30 years ago) and it can feel quite intimidating to start with but do persevere, southerners really are soft underneath Do try 'Metropolitan Walkers', specifically for 20s - 30s. They do lots of social stuff too and you might find climbers in the group too. They'll all remember feeling shy when they first joined so don't worry about a thing, you'll be fine after you hold your nerve the first time. Wishing you lots of good luck and I hope you enjoy yourself

Roland_C   on 25/04/17 @ 22:48 said:

Hi Briony, While OD lot are friendly you will find mountaineering or ski clubs have members of similar age to you. For ski clubs try and mountaineering clubs The mountaineering club members may well ski too. I recommend you try several clubs to see which suits you best. Good luck!

Briony   on 26/04/17 @ 9:32 said:

Thanks everyone, these are such helpful suggestions! I am definitely going to follow them up.

Thanks so much

walklovemyson   on 26/04/17 @ 21:18 said:

Welcome, Briony. My office is moving to the City in the near future, happy to meet up for coffee,quick lunch, etc to exchange events info. Hope to see you one day soon. Coco

Briony   on 30/04/17 @ 22:33 said:

Thank you so much Coco, that's so very kind of you

Dave.   on 02/05/17 @ 12:38 said:

Hello Briony. There really is no need to be shy. You will be made more than welcome should you join us for the day. Put your name down for walk and give it a go.

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