Club Soda is a movement of people who want to change their drinking, whether you want to cut down, stop for a bit, quit or stick.
With the help of our local volunteer Club Hosts we organise social, inspirational and supportive events to help you if you want to change your drinking or just fancy doing something social that does not involve lots of alcohol.
We know that one of the things that can stand in the way of cutting down, stopping for a bit or quitting is feeling like you can't go out anymore, so we often meet in pubs and bars. Having a night off doesn't mean having a night in.
Club Soda is a mindful drinking organisation promoting life style change around social drinking. We organise no and low alcohol social event, large scale festivals, lunches, dry pub crawls and country walks.
Come and join us for an Amersham dry lunch at The Swan with our host Ros. The Swan serve a range of alcohol free drinks, has good parking and is a 20min walk from Amersham station. We are really excited to see you there so why not come down and join us.
We will book a table for food at 1.00pm.
TICKETS MUST BE BOOKED ON EVENTBRITE https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bucks-lunch-social-tickets-54408762072
Lunch and Walk – 17th February – Weybridge to West Byfleet, along the River Wey Navigation
Distance: 7 Miles (5 before lunch, 2 after)
Meeting point: Weybridge Station – 10:45 for 11am start
End point: West Byfleet Station
Lunch: tbc – dog friendly pub along the Wey
Terrain: Mostly flat, metalled pathways
The River Wey Navigation was built around 100 years before the Canal Age, and runs for around 15 miles, linking Guildford to the Thames at Weybridge. This was extended in 1764 with the opening of the Godalming Navigation, which extended the waterway by another 4 miles. We’re not going quite that far on this walk, as we’re doing it in winter, so we’re going to do the first stretch between Weybridge and West Byfleet.
The Wey Navigation provides a green corridor through some of Surrey’s most built up areas, and the unique landscape of the Navigation contains a rich variety of wildlife habitats in a relatively small area. If we’re really, really lucky, and walk along in near total silence, shushing strangers, we may see kingfishers and the ever shy water voles, but as that would make the walk considerably less fun we might just have to hang out for some herons, and other waterfowl, and just enjoy one another’s company.
We’re going to meet at 10:45, and set off at 11 sharp. The walk to our lunch stop will take approx. 2 hours, and the walk to our end point will take around 45 minutes (speed on this latter part will obviously depend upon how much roast dinner we’ve eaten).