These are a little more challenging (longer and/or harder) than the normal Sunday ‘A’ walks. The walks vary from very hilly to very wild to just plain long and all combinations in between! You will be guaranteed an exciting day in areas you may not have walked before. The walks will normally be held monthly on Saturdays usually starting at 09.00 with details posted on the web site or available from the ‘A-Plus’ Walks Organiser. As the walks are more challenging and to ensure you have an enjoyable and rewarding walk, please read the notes below before booking on a walk.
Due to the COVID-19, we all need to take extra steps to stay safe. Please follow all safety advice given by the walk leader, including the latest guidelines on physical distancing. For more information about COVID-19 and Ramblers' group walks, please see our guidance for walkers on the coronavirus pages of the Ramblers website.
BOOKING YOUR PLACE
If you would like to join this walk, please book a place by contacting the A+ walks organiser.
Please sign up at least three days prior to the date of walk. If you are unable to attend, please cancel your booking so that someone else can take your place. Please do not turn up for a walk without booking, as we will have to turn you away.
WALK PARTICIPANTS RESTRICTED TO 12
OWING TO THE CORONAVIRUS THE WALKS PROGRAMME IS SUBJECT TO AMENDMENT - CONTACT A+ WALKS ORGANISER FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
9 January -
Leader: David Moore
Distance: 16 miles
Due to the current Government and Ramblers association guidance for tier 3 this alternative walk has been provided to stay within the confines of Nottinghamshire and limit travel.
The walk is a 16m walk around the small Nottinghamshire town of Eastwood. The walk starts from the Colliers wood nature reserve and passes through further reserves at Brinsley and Aldercar. It takes in countryside and fields, riversides, the towpaths of both active and disused canals, railway trails and woodlands. Highlights include the coal mine timber headstock and tree carving at Brinsley, the Bennerley Viaduct known as the Iron Giant of the Erewash valley and the medieval church of St Mary’s at Greasley.
We will meet ready to leave at 9am
START LOCATION: Colliers Wood car park , Engine Lane, Eastwood, NG16 2FF. (NB post code approx. follow written directions). If you are coming in from Eastwood end go past the industrial area and the carpark is approx. 500m on right. If coming from the B600 Moorgreen end the carpark is approx.500m on the left.
WHAT3WORDS ADDRESS: booklet.curls.rainy
NB: Head torches may be required if we experience any delays. Many areas at this time of year can be wet and muddy therefore winter boots with good tread are recommended.
In accordance with Ramblers procedures If you are attending the walk please note the following: -
A risk assessment has been carried out which will be retained for 12 months
I will be using your whatsapp group phone number for NHS contact tracing unless you advise me of a different number by email to email@example.com (details to be retained for 21 days)
Please read and comply with the following with regard to your individual responsibilities for travelling to, on and after the walk: -
Booking is essential. Contact walks organiser Linda Hewing on 07522981311. Group size 12 max.
I look forward to seeing you all - David
Sunday 24 January 2021Starting at 10:00A moderate 7 mile / 11.3 km walk
Sunday 7 February 2021Starting at 10:00A moderate 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Sunday 21 February 2021Starting at 10:00A moderate 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Sunday 7 March 2021Starting at 10:00A moderate 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Sunday 21 March 2021Starting at 10:00A moderate 8 mile / 12.9 km walk
Sunday 4 April 2021Starting at 10:00A moderate 8 mile / 12.9 km walk