Social Walk: Saunderton via Bledlow Circular
June 5 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hello! We have another day walk being arranged. Please join us for a lovely day out walking, chatting, and taking in the countryside. This is a circular walk, therefore we aim to start and end at a public transport location.
All details will be updated closer to the date, therefore please check back.
Start Time: Appox. 10:00-11:00
Date: 5th June
Start Location: Saunderton Station (for those travelling from public transport, 09:05 or 10:05 from London Marylebone)
Route length: TBC
If you’d like to check out the circular: https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/saunderton-via-bledlow-circular/
Contact: Currently contact (this may change a bit later) email@example.com
Register your interest via our social events form: Please click here.
Please let us know if you’d like to join us and if you’re interested in joining the pub. We will check if you’re travelling by public or private transport with our COVID-19 form which will be sent out approximately two days before the event.
What to bring:
Food, water, sun cream.
Walking poles if you need them.
Supportive walking shoes or boots.
Face mask and hand sanitiser.
We will not be accepting any on-the-day arrivals and require attendees to fill out a form prior to the event. Therefore you must be in contact with us from at least a few days before.
(Lockdown) Organised Outdoor Sports Activities Guidance (Updated 28/03/2021):
From the 29th March, Clubs are able to run organised sports activities. There are no official limitations outlines by the Government, Sports England, or the BMC.
We will continue to apply social distancing rules as expected for everyone and to assist in maintaining attendee safety we may have a rough limit of 30 attendees. This includes reserving around five places for experienced members who can act as responsible persons if the event needs to split into smaller groups.
This is subject to changes in recommendations from Sports England and the BMC.
- June 5
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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