At last!  It’s been too long a time since we had to stop our walks because of the Covid pandemic but with the lifting of restrictions we’re off again.  Here’s our planned walks for August.

ESSEX AUGUST 1ST
DANBURY COUNTRY PARK
Woodhill Road
Danbury
CM3 4AW

11am start

Contact: Rob 07415 663949
Car parking charges apply
Currently £2 for 1 hour £3 for 2 hours £4 for 3 hours or £4.50 over 3 hours
Meters have been removed and are yet to be replaced.
Payment can be made by calling 0345 505 1155
Charges do not apply if you have an Essex Explorer Pass current season ticket.

 

NORFOLK AUGUST 1ST
BRANDON COUNTRY PARK
Bury Road
Brandon
IP27 0SU

10am start

Contact: Debbie 07944 578125
Car parking charges currently £2 up to 2hours and £3 all day

 

SUFFOLK AUGUST 15TH
WOODBRIDGE RIVERSIDE
Car park behind Deben swimming pool
Woodbridge
IP12 4AU

11am start

Contact: Elly 07747 733098
Car parking charges apply

 

HERTFORDSHIRE AUGUST 22ND
CHIPPERFIELD COMMON
The Common
Chipperfield
WD4 9BS

10am start

Walk leader: Phillip
Contact: Jan 07847 272194
Car parking free

Please always check into our Facebook page in case there are any changes to the arrangements, or speak to the walk leader.  

We also would ask you to read what the Trustees have decided is the best way forward in these still uncertain times ….

To allow us to enable our walks to go ahead, we need your help…
Due to the ever changing and fluidity of COVID advice and restrictions, the Trustees will be constantly monitoring national and local Government and Council advice and we will also be taking advice from our insurers. Therefore, always check our Facebook Group ahead of any walk for any changes (and cancellations) that we may have to make.
Regardless of Government and Council rules and guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety when attending a Greyhound Walk, we ask that you:
• Bring a face-covering to wear when appropriate (confined
spaces, close groups, etc.)
• Carry (and use) hand sanitiser where necessary.
• Adhere to social distancing and be respectful to others.
• Do not congregate in large groups.

Thank you and enjoy our wonderful walks that so many have missed for so long.