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Forthcoming Walks


Club Position as of 27th March

As from Monday 29th March, A Walks (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays), B Walks (Thursdays and Sundays) and Café Walks (monthly, on Fridays as advertised) are back on again. Our monthly C Walks remain suspended, until further notice.

The maximum number of walkers in any one group will now be twelve, but some walk leaders may prefer at this stage to keep to groups of six. Walks having a group size of more than six will be subject to the additional measures laid down for formally organised outdoor sports, 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 Monday 29th March, subject to the Rule of Six, but you are allowed to meet outdoors only.

Maintaining a two metre distance outdoors is still advisable. Outdoor surfaces may become contaminated with the virus, so be mindful regarding touching any shared objects, such as gates and stiles. Hand hygiene continues to be important, particularly before eating.

You should not be car sharing, but if unavoidable then it should be done according to this advice.

Here are our walks for the next few weeks. Click or tap on the Map button in any walk to see an Ordnance Survey map of the area, or choose the Satellite button for an aerial view. In each case, a marker (usually red) shows the meeting point for the walk.

The yellow matchstick figure at the bottom right of the Satellite view, when dragged on to the map, will highlight most roads in blue. Release the figure over any highlighted road, to show street level photography at that point.

Each walk in the table has a SatNav entry, which is normally a postcode. You have a couple of options, regarding the way postcodes are shown in the table, and the coloured markers in the views produced by the Map or Satellite buttons.

You can choose how you like to see walks displayed, and learn more about the SatNav entry, in the Settings page. Here, you can also choose the town from which Driving time and distance are shown, at the bottom of each walk, or you can hide this information altogether, if it is of no interest.

You don't seem to have a complete set of preferences stored in your device (computer or phone), or they may have been lost, after changes in your device. Default values will be substituted for any missing preferences, but these may not meet your requirements - for example, you may see Driving information for Newton Abbot, even though you live in Torquay, Paignton or elsewhere. If you are a regular user of this website, then when you have five minutes to spare, please go to the Settings page and choose how you would like your walks to be shown. Once you have done this, you will no longer see this paragraph.

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