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Wednesday B Morning Walks: Balsham or Anglesey Abbey
August 25, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
General walk information:
BAM walks are between 5 ½ and 6 ½ miles and walked at a pace of about 3 miles/hr. We begin at 10.00 prompt (unless otherwise stated) and usually finish between 12.30-1.00 pm. There are two walks available each week. Please let the leader know you are coming by sending them a text (or call). We hope the number of walkers will be 12 or less and at the leader’s discretion. We do not stop for lunch but there is normally a short break for a drink etc.
For September and October Program See https://www.cambridgeramblingclub.com/2021/08/13/b-morning-walks-program-for-september-and-october-2021/
Walk A: Balsham
Start of Walk 10.00 am
Start of walk Balsham Church CB21 4DSCar parking Ample parking at the church. Coming from Fulbourn on Cambridge Road, Join B1052 into Balsham. Where road bears right take left turning into Church Lane.
Walk info Circular walk from the church via West Wratting.
Group Size 10 -12
Mileage 6 miles
Leaders Ian & Helen (07919940935)
Walk B: Anglesey Abbey
Start of walk: 10.00 am
Car parking: Meeting in the NT car park near entrance CB259EJ, Car park is free and doesn’t need to be booked by anyone who is not going into the property. Meet near the gate to the overflow car park. The walk takes in Quy Water and Quy Fen via field paths and tracks.
Group size: Up to 12
Mileage: About 6
Leader’s name and mobile number: Jenni Dixon (07709 285461)
Please note these additional requirements:
In line with the requirements for group walks of more than six people, as approved by the Ramblers (the national body for walking), everyone coming on the walk must provide the leader with their contact details.
Please text the leader if you plan to come. Please remember to give your name as part of the text! Your details will be held for 21 days for Covid-19 ‘test and trace’ purposes, then deleted. The maximum number of people allowed on any walk is 30.
No one should come on the walk if they feel even slightly ill. 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. In line with government guidance, members are asked to observe ‘social distancing’ on the walk.
More details related 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.