Wolverhampton

Group name: Wolverhampton

This group is a part of Staffordshire Area.

Telephone:
07810 530 100
Our activities include:
Short and easy walks, Path maintenance

Our group helps walkers of all ages to enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk.  

We organise led walks ranging from 4.5 miles to 20+ miles in length – a great way to get outside, make new friends and discover how walking boosts your health and happiness.   We walk many Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year, some Wednesday evenings from May to August and also during the week - see list of forthcoming walks on this page in 'Our group walks' box.

WALKS PROGRAMME

An update on COVID-19 (as on 10th Sept 2020)

Ramblers groups can continue to organise led walks for up to 30 people, as long as they follow the conditions in this document >>> guidance to restart group walks in a COVID-secure way. (Essential reading). 
Amongst other conditions, Social distancing  of 2 metre minimum must be retained throughout, leader must have names and contact details of all walkers and leader may set a limit lower than 30 for the walk.   If there is a limit of lower than 30, a booking system must be in place, so that members can telephone leader in advance to book places on walk.   

Remember, there is no pressure to lead or join group walks until you feel ready to do so.

Why does the “rule of six” not apply to the Ramblers group walks?  
Ramblers and Walking for Health organised group walks are categorised as ‘outdoor physical activity events’. These are exempt from the latest restrictions, as we have already met the protocols, and put extra measures in place to reduce the risks of COVID-19.

The Wolverhampton group is organising programme of such walks.  Check our webpages for walk details now.


Our walks programme for small groups with plenty of other information, will be found in the blue-background block on this page, to the right on laptops/desktops and below on mobiles >>>>

You can view a month at a time, and move forward by clicking/tapping on 'More walks...' at the bottom of the block for first move and 'Next' subsequently.   Further details of start point, Leader and Leader's contact phone number can be obtained by clicking/tapping on the main title of a walk.

JOIN US
You’re very welcome to try walking with us and/or become involved in looking after paths and green spaces and opening up new places to explore.   Give us a ring or send an email if you are wondering about whether to join us, and we can advise as to the most appropriate walks for new walkers.

WALK GRADING SYSTEM
All our walks fit into the easy, leisurely, moderate or strenuous categories: People in doubt about their fitness or equipment should contact the leader in advance.
EASY [ E ]: walks for anyone who does not have a mobility difficulty or a specific health problem or is not seriously unfit.  Comfortable shoes or trainers can be worn in dry weather.
LEISURELY [ L ]:  walks for reasonably fit people with country walking experience.  Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended.
MODERATE [ M ]: walks for people with country walking experience and a good level of fitness. Walks may be at a brisk pace.  Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential.
STRENUOUS [ S ]: Walks for experienced country walkers with an above average fitness level. May include hills and rough country, and will be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential.

DOWNLOADS

Walk Description forms.
Walk Leaders should complete when submiting full details of their walk(s).   If you wish to complete a form using computer, click on the download link of the ".rtf" version, which can be displayed by most word processing software.   Note that you will probably need to click a button or save the file before the document becomes editable.   In any case, edit and SAVE the completed form on your computer or mobile before adding it as an attachment to an email when returning to the Group email address (see form).  

The ".pdf" version should only be required if the ".rtf" version cannot be displayed.   The ".pdf" version can be displayed and printed but not easily edited.   A photo of a hand-completed form taken with a mobile phone could be submitted as an attachment to an email or whatsapp.
 
https://www.ramblers.org.uk:443/lbs/web_uploads/36565/walk_description_form 2020_.rtf

https://www.ramblers.org.uk:443/lbs/web_uploads/36565/walk_description_form 2020.pdf


The outline programme is only editable by Programme Walks Co-ordinators and Webmaster.