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 Please get to the start at least fifteen minutes before the advertised time, so that you can find the start, park your car and change your footwear as walks always start promptly

 Advertised walks will take place whatever the weather

 All walks are circular unless otherwise stated

 New people are welcome to just turn up and join us

 Newcomers please make yourself known to the walk leader

 The walk leader is entitled to disallow a person from joining a walk, if for any reason, they feel that person

†††††††††††† is unable to cope with the distance, or maintain the †††††††††††† pace required to keep up with the group - although

†††††††††††† our walks are only 4 to 5 miles a reasonable level of †††††††††††† fitness is required

 It is advisable to wear walking boots or Wellingtons in Spring, Autumn and Winter for country walks, as the ground can be very wet and muddy.† Also waterproofs are recommended for wet conditions

 In Summer do not forget to bring water, sun lotion and a sun hat

 No dogs allowed except Guide dogs

 Children are welcome but must be accompanied by a responsible adult.† Walks are not suitable for buggies

 Please do not walk in front of the leader

 Please walk in single file when crossing a field with crops

 Would the last person please close the gates

 

 

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†††††††††††† All sporting and leisure activities have inherent hazards associated with them and rambling is no

†††††††††††† exception.† In spite of the safety of members being the paramount concern, accidents will

†††††††††††† occasionally occur.† It is important, therefore, that when entering into activities each member

†††††††††††† appreciates that they have a responsibility to identify the hazards associated with the activity and

†††††††††††† take reasonable steps to eliminate or minimize the potential for an accident to arise.

 

Although walking is a very low risk activity you are responsible for your own safety when walking

including crossing roads and railway lines.† Walkers join in these activities at their own risk.

The Ramblers will not accept liability for any accident which may occur.

 

 

 

Please check directions given on how to get to the start of a walk.† We try to be accurate but mistakes do occasionally happen.

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Any queries please contact us on† lvfwalkers2001@hotmail.com

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