Walking Programme Overview

We are about to re-start our programme of walks, in conjunction with Walking for Health. A link returning you to the Walking Programme page can be found at the bottom of this page.

Our Covid-19 Statement, setting out how things will work and our expectations of everyone involved, is also set out below. When you book a walk you’ll be asked to confirm that you’ve read and understood it.

Book onto the walk in advance. Our walks are currently limited to a maximum of 11 – ten walkers plus a leader. The booking process requires you to provide contact details in order to comply with NHS Test and Trace requirements.  Once booked on a walk, if things change and you can’t make it, please let the walk leader know as soon as possible.

Before the walk
Check for symptoms – if you have any COVID-19 symptoms (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough, a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste) you must not attend the walk.

Clothing and what to take
You may want to bring hand sanitiser and a face mask, although you will not be required to wear a mask on the walk. 

Getting to the walk
Plan how you will get to the walk – where possible, minimising the use of car sharing and public transport. 

On the walk
Follow the government guidelines on physical distancing. Listen to the walk leader’s briefing so you know what to do and follow the latest guidelines.

After the Walk
If  you develop symptoms after the walk, apply for a COVID-19 test and support NHS contact tracing if requested.

To return to the Walking Programme page, click here.