A circular walk from Harlton to Barrington and back. It’s about 4.5 miles passing along grassy tracks through fields and woodland. There is a short slope near the start and another towards the end.
We start at 10am near the Hare and Hounds pub, Harlton, CB23 1ES; Landranger TL3864 5241. This is one of very few English thatched pubs and bears the thatcher’s signature of a hare and hounds on the roof. We will have a drink stop on Barrington green which is supposedly the longest village green in England covering some 30 acres.
Please park considerately in the village NOT in the pub car park. Coming from Cambridge take the A603 to Barton then left turn to Haslingfield. After about 3 miles take the right turn to Harlton. Follow this road along past houses until you reach the pub on the left.
In line with the requirements for group walks of more than 6 people, as approved by the Ramblers (the national body for walking), everyone coming on the walk must follow the guidelines below:
— This walk is limited to 8 people. Places must be booked in advance with the leader, Dawn, on email email@example.com. Please give your name and phone number. Your details will be held for 21 days for Covid-19 ‘Test and Trace’ purposes, then deleted. Please let me know beforehand if you have any queries or a change of plan, and on the day if delayed please phone mobile 078257 65220.
— Please do not come on the walk if you feel even slightly ill.
— Dawn will have a copy of the Risk Assessment with her if you wish to see it and it will be kept for one year. There are no matters of concern.
— Social-distancing on the walk is required.
— Please make sure that you bring with you a face covering, hand sanitiser and any walking poles you need; ensure you have suitable footwear, clothing and other items taking account of the weather; no equipment or refreshments can be shared beyond households.
More details relating to taking part in and leading Club walks in a Covid-19 environment are posted on the CRC website under ‘Members’
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