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of the regular walks programme
Update, 5th June 2020.
With the gradual relaxation of government guidelines the club is now able to offer a limited number of walks in groups of up to 6. The club secretary has issued an email to all members explaining what is planned.
It is considered too early to issue a new walking programme, but to start with members will be emailed about upcoming walks in advance and they then need to confirm with the walk leader if they want to join that walk. The first club walk is on Tuesday 9th June and members have already been asked to register for this walk.
Information on other walks will follow in due course.
Update, 27th April 2020.
The Club’s walks programme has been suspended since 17th March. This suspension is likely to last for at least another 3 months, based on the current advice. but as soon as restrictions are no longer advised we are planning to resume our walking programme.
Members have been emailed a letter from the Committee, updating them on the club's plans during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
|Contacting the Emergency Services|
This YouTube video covers two vital things you should know about if you need to contact the Emergency Services on a mobile phone when out walking. One is on using 112 rather than 999 to contact them (far better, for reasons explained in the video). The other is about using a text message if you can't get a phone signal.
The link also appears on our Club Downloads page, along with the earlier advice about using a text message in an emergency.