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Join us if you'd like to walk and meet people whilst passing through the Countryside, Parks and Rivers of Surrey and West London. Sometimes we will go further afield. We normally have a picnic lunch part way through our walks, and where appropriate, take a stop at the end for a well earned drink at a nearby hostelry. We hope you enjoy our walks.

Whilst Government Covid restrictions apply walk places will be restricted accordingly.

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The Waterways of Weybridge to Hampton Court 11.5 miles

Weybridge Station

Due to Covid restrictions, whilst in public places you will be expected to divide into socially distanced groups of up to 6. You may be provided with small easily peeled on/off coloured stickers at the beginning of the walk to help during these occasions. During all other times you should maintain a healthy social distance from others. This is a great walk, initially we will take a look at Brooklands Museum through the fence before walking down the River Wey and then onto the Thames. At Walton Bridge we stop for lunch. From Walton we carry on finally into Hampton Court. Bring a packed lunch and drinking water. Wear strong walking boots and dress for the weather. Trains from Hampton Court can get you back to Weybridge through Surbiton. Similarly you can get back into Waterloo or Guildford The walk is a group event with walk guidance organisation only, no service is inferred or risk assumed. You will need to be of reasonable physical fitness to participate. Walk pace will be around 2.8 miles per hour. Dogs are not permitted. This is a socially distancing walk. The following government guidance issued on 9th September 2020 and applicable from 14th September 2020 applies. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-meeting-with-others-safely-social-distancing/coronavirus-covid-19-meeting-with-others-safely-social-distancing UK Walking Governing Bodies, have published Guidance identifying organised Walk as exempt from the restrictions on social gatherings, known as the "rule of 6" in England (from 14 September 2020. We will in addition divide into groups of up to 6 whilst in public places. Teir 1 and 2 permits "rule of 6" outdoors.

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