Sunday C Walk, Coton, 20th September 2020, 4.5 miles.
From Cambridge take the A1313 Madingley Road, and about half-a-mile from the M11 junction turn left onto the Cambridge Road to Coton; pass the Garden Centre on the left, continue and in Coton turn right into the High Street, drive past St Peter’s Church and continue to near the end of the road. Cars should park on the left, spaced out and without blocking driveways.
Starting at 10am, we’ll walk on a gravel path through a short stretch of woodland and then on pleasant grassy bridleways. There are a couple of gentle inclines on the way to Hardwick, with good views; otherwise it is mainly a level walk.
CRC, as an associate of the Ramblers Assciation, are exempt from Government legislation coming into force on 14th September. Therefore walks for from 6 to 30 people can take place as long as the following guidelines for protection against Covid-19 are followed:
— This walk is limited to 12 people. Places must be booked in advance with the leader, Dieter, on landline 01223 527763. Please leave a message on the answerphone if no reply, giving your name and phone number. Your details will be held for 21 days for Covid-19 ‘Track and Trace’ purposes, then deleted. Please also let us know beforehand if you have a change of plan, and on the day if delayed please phone mobile 07445 807650.
— Please do not come on the walk if you feel even slightly ill.
— A Risk Assessment has been done and Dieter will have a copy with him 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; 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’. Please have another look at these before you come on the walk. The Ramblers Association also have useful information under ‘Coronavirus’.
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