Walking programme 2020
The walks programme has been cautiously restarted, but with restrictions on the number of people who can attend in order to comply with government guidance. Whilst the club is permitted to organise activities for up to 30 participants, numbers will usually be less to keep the group to a manageable size.
The club is required to carry out a risk assessment for each activity and to keep records of those attending. In order to comply with these requirements, if you wish to come on a club walk this must be booked in advance using Webcollect.
Many of you will already be familiar with using Webcollect to book places on weekend meets. If there is anyone who is not already registered with Webcollect and would like to do so, please contact Howard Jones firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the button to go to the club's Webcollect site
If you are unable to use Webcollect then a booking can be made on your behalf – ask the walk organiser
Members are expected to travel in separate cars unless from the same household.
All participants need to observe social distancing and hygiene measures during the walk.
You must not attend if you or a member of your household shows symptoms of Coronavirus
Avoid sharing equipment or food and drink with anyone not from your household
Thank you for your patience during this time.
Saturday 10th October Alport Castles from Ladybower circular route with the option of a short scramble. Moderate difficulty, 10 miles approx
Meet at 9.30 am Park in the layby on the right hand side of the road just before reaching the Fairholmes National Park Information Centre below the dam at the North end of Ladybower Reservoir. Grid ref SK172 890. If there is insufficient space here parking is available at the visitor centre for a fee. (not sure how much)
10 places available on this walk including the walk organiser.
Please do not turn up unless you have contacted Julia or booked on webcollect.
If you are not currently a member please contact the Walk Coordinator via the clubs contact form
Walk Organisers can download a template Risk Assessment form and Guidelines for Walk Organisers here
Please respect the countryside and follow the Countryside Code
Many club members like to bring their dogs along, and provided they are well-behaved and kept under control this is not usually a problem. Dogs may be excluded from CRoW Access Land (except on rights of way). Please check for any restrictions before bringing your dog.
Please remember that even where there are no bird restrictions, your dog may disturb ground-nesting birds,and other wildlife as well as farm animals. Dogs found worrying farm animals could be shot. The Countryside Code has some specific advice for dog walkers.
Please always clean up after your dog.