Forthcoming walks for January 2018

Amendments to contact details or changes to the walks (from original programme) will be outlined in the listings below.

The times shown are those for gathering at the relevant place in Walton for Sunday walks and Hersham for Thursday walks. Further information about walks can be found in the Meeting Information section.

Members and guests walk at their own risk

Event Information:

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    UPCOMING WALKS

    Please note: Leis (leisurely) walks now start at 9.20am on Sunday

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    • Thu
      28
      Jun
      2018
      9.50 am LEISNewdigate Church, Misbrook Farm, Capel, St John the Baptist Church, the Crown Inn

      G3               4¾ miles           Leaders: Gaynor S & Brian W2 (01932 246 721), On the day: (07785 345 474)

    • Sun
      01
      Jul
      2018
      9.20 am WDMEffingham Common, Martyr’s Green (pub stop), The Drift, The Forest

      G2             9 miles               Leader: Pauline L (01932 222 978), On the day: (07534 379 655)

    • Sun
      01
      Jul
      2018
      9.50 am LEISPark at Ashtead Station, Wishing Tree, New Pond, “The Star” pub, Flag Pond, Picnic Tree

      G3               5 miles               Leaders: Peter & Jackie H (01932 242 835), On the day: (07970 066 231)

    • Thu
      05
      Jul
      2018
      9.50 am HDSailor’s Stroll, Boundless Road, Highfield, Upper Ridgeway Farm, Hyde Farm, Pine Valley

      G2               6 miles               Leader:TBC. On the day: TBC

    • Fri
      06
      Jul
      2018
      6.50 pm EVERecreation Ground car park, West End Lane, River Mole, The Ledges, West End Common, Prince of Wales pub. Walk will start at 7.10 p.m.

      G3             2¾ miles               Leader: Mike S (01932 231 780), On the day: (07905 897 197)


    SURREY WALKS CLUB MEETING INFORMATION

    Below you will find details about the meeting points and car sharing, plus a guide to the abbreviations found on the monthly programmes.

    Meeting Points:

    Weekend and Friday evening walks: Meet at Walton-on-Thames Station main car park, Station Avenue.

    Thursday Walks: Coronation Recreation Ground free car park, Molesey Road, Hersham (opposite the turning into Molesey Close)

    Start of Walk: by prior notice to the walk’s leader in case the start point has to be changed and to register your intention.

    Programme Changes:

    Details of any change of the leaders or walks will be available on the Contact page or from the Walks' Organiser
    Car share to start of the walks:

    Cars are optionally filled at the meeting point. Walkers without a car will be given a seat. Passengers are expected to contribute towards the cost of fuel by arrangement with the driver.

    Suggested Mileage Rates per Passenger
    20 miles round trip £1.60
    30 miles round trip £2.40
    40 miles round trip £3.20
    60 miles round trip £4.80

    Time: The time for arriving at the relevant meeting point

    Walk Grades:

    M = Morning WD = Whole Day HD = Half Day A = Afternoon E = Evening Leis = (at a slower pace)

    Walks Grades:

    G1 = hilly, fairly strenuous
    G2 = gentle hills, moderate walking
    G3 = mainly flat, easy walking
    + = slightly more strenuous than normal grade

    Lunch Stops (WD and HD):

    It is advisable to carry food and drink as many lunch stops are in the countryside. You may contact the leader beforehand to ascertain if food will be on sale at the stop. Users of an inn’s facilities are asked not to consume their own food and drink on the premises. On a half day walk it is also advisable to have a drink and snack with you for the usual break.

    Reminders:

    Please observe the Country Code.
    Boots are recommended for all walks.
    Please check frequently that the person BEHIND you is in sight, especially at junctions.
    When walking on roads, keep to the right except when approaching a right-hand bend.

    Dogs:

    Check with the leader that the walk is suitable. Dogs must be kept under control and not become a nuisance to others. They must be on a lead on roads, enclosed paths and fields with farm animals.

    Country Code:

    Be safe - plan ahead and follow any signs
    Leave gates and property as you find them
    Protect plants and animals and take your litter home
    Consider other people

    Note:

    Members may bring along their friends as guests

    MEMBERS AND GUESTS PARTICIPATE IN OUR WALKS AND EVENTS AT THEIR OWN RISK