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Social Walk: Amberley to Arundel

March 26 @ 9:30 am - 6:30 pm

The plan is to go for a stroll from Amberley to Arundel – it’s really tickled our organiser and they think it’s a fantastic walk to do. So let’s go!

  • Date: Saturday 26th March
  • Time: We advise everyone to aim for 10:30/11am arrival at the location. **This will be updated closer to the time to account for train travel from London hub stations**.
  • Location: Amberley to Arundel – distance according to this is 9miles (14.5km): https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/amberley-to-arundel/
  • Organiser: Sarah (with Christine assisting)
  • Contact: chair@themmc.org.uk

If this is your first time meeting the club, please ensure you contact Marie, our membership secretary membership@themmc.org.uk.

For travel to walking routes, most of us usually travel by train from London or meet at the location. We’ll update this event listing closer to the event so we know what the train timetable will be like.

Safety & Gear

This is a casual walking day out. Please ensure you bring relevant walking gear for the expected distance and weather. If you have any conditions you need to make the leader(s) aware of, please do so. Please also inform us of the location of personal medication in your packs in case of an emergency.

We have a kit list available to check against: https://themmc.org.uk/kit-lists/

If you are missing gear we may be able to assist or direct you to recommended reasonably priced items if you let us know in advance.


We support the use of and please do take a Lateral Flow Test pre-travel for the safety of the passengers and other attendees, and the vulnerable people they may live with. We also encourage attendees to test afterwards too and contact the Chair for any positive tests so they can inform the group and keep you anonymous: chair@themmc.org.uk

Please make sure to bring several masks with you. England, Wales, and Scotland all have slightly different rules regarding this. This will also help protect yourself and others you may live with.

Please remember to bring your own hand sanitiser, avoid sharing food and drink where possible, and wash your hands after being in contact with surfaces.

The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.


March 26
9:30 am - 6:30 pm
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