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Things to know
to come on a wander

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  • The event will go ahead even in rainy weather. However, if we need to cancel for any reason (e.g., extreme weather, alerts), we will let you know by 8:00am on the day, or 8:00pm the night before for early starts.
     

  • For the health and safety of all participants, please do not attend if you are unwell or if you or a close contact have any COVID-19 symptoms (e.g., fever, flu-like symptoms including coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath).
     

  • If you have a pre-existing medical condition, please consider carefully whether this activity is appropriate. Please get in touch with any queries prior to booking as we cannot accept liability.
     

  • This event is not suitable for children under the age of 15, and not for  furry family members (no pets sorry).
     

  • Let us know if you have any allergies, for example to foods (including dairy or gluten) or plants.
     

  • Please read the Terms and Conditions prior to booking and feel free to contact us with any queries.

What to wear or bring

  • Dress appropriately for the weather and for being outdoors in nature. We walk slowly so an extra layer to stay warm may be needed. Comfortable pants, layers work best, perhaps a rainproof outer layer. We recommend you wear a sunhat.
     

  • Participants should be able to walk at a slow pace over various terrain and be able to sit on the ground for short periods. We recommend wearing closed, sturdy shoes.
     

  • Carry a small day pack and bring water, snacks and personal medications. Also carry a clean face mask and hand sanitiser, just in case they are needed.

During our wander

  • Walks are conducted mostly in quietness (but not always). Phones and cameras are turned off and put away during the walk to help us keep an uninterrupted mindfulness during the activity.
     

  • All rules and regulations at the location apply to this walk. Please only pick things from the ground – we call these loose treasures - and pick nothing from living plants.  We follow a “Leave No Trace” policy and we take all our rubbish when we leave.
     

  • Follow good hygiene practices during the walk (social distancing, no sharing food/water/equipment, take care where others may have touched such as public toilets, handrails, rocks etc.) and use hand sanitiser as needed.

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