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Welcome to

Newton Abbot and District Ramblers

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE

Club Position as of 26th November

Following Government announcements on Thursday 26th November, the Committee are pleased to announce that as from Wednesday 2nd December, each of our walking groups will go back to what they were doing, before the lockdown. This means that A Walks (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays), B Walks (Thursdays and Sundays) and Café Walks (monthly, on Fridays as advertised) are now back on again, as before. Our monthly C Walks remain suspended, until further notice.

Café Walks and B Walks are in groups of six, but A walks may be in larger groups, and will be subject to additional measures such as risk assessment. All walks must be booked in advance, and we are required to record the names of those attending. This record is for contact tracing purposes, and is kept for three weeks only.

If you develop any of the symptoms of Corona Virus in the days leading up to a walk, then please do not come on the walk. If you have already booked a place, then please let the walks co-ordinator know, so that your place can be offered to someone else.

Away from our group walks, any of you who have formed yourselves into your own private walking bubbles can go back to walking as a group from Wednesday 2nd December, subject to the Rule of Six, but you are allowed to meet outdoors only.

(image not found) You don't have to live in Newton Abbot - our members come from Exeter, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Torbay, Totnes, Ashburton, Buckfastleigh and beyond.

Our walks go anywhere in South Devon, East Devon or Dartmoor, with occasional forays into North Devon and further afield.

(image not found) We are a flourishing and friendly group, with no age limits, and many of our members are senior citizens.

Each week we have up to six walks, of anything from two to twelve miles, spread over four or five days of the week.  A typical walk might see 10 to 30 people turn up, depending on the weather.

Some walks are over fairly flat terrain, but the best views tend to be found on walks which involve a hill at some point.  Each walk is led by a volunteer member, and no-one gets left behind.

A click or a tap on Forthcoming Walks will show you our walks for the next few weeks.


If the print size on any of our pages isn't quite right for you, you can zoom in or out by holding down your Control key and scrolling the wheel on your mouse.  Alternatively, hold down Control and press + to zoom larger, or - to zoom smaller.

(image not found) We occasionally update this site, principally the Forthcoming Walks, Forthcoming Events, Notice Board and Walk Reports pages.  To make sure you are seeing the latest version of whichever page you are looking at, click or tap on the Reload symbol which you should see in the header section at the top centre of each page.  Alternatively, press the F5 key, which is in the top row of most keyboards.

If any page on this site still doesn't look quite right, try holding down your Ctrl (Control) shift key, before pressing F5.  This will reload all of the files associated with the page.


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