WESSEX WANDERER RAILWAY WALKS
WESSEX WANDERER RAILWAY WALKS

ADVANCED NOTICES

2017 programme out now

 

Any queries please call Joy, Walks Coordinator, on 0117 933 4998 (or if you would like a hard copy posted to you direct)

 

See the programme section

Sat 24 June 2017 - leader change only

 

See programme section for details

06/2017

WALK DETAILS

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Leader is now Ann Light

Tel -: 0117 979 8628

Please note that the train time from Bristol Temple Meads at 10.22 and arrives arrives Bradford on Avon at 10.46 calls at Bath Spa only

 

For those who wish to get on at Keynsham, Oldfield Park, Freshford and Avoncliff please catch the 09.49 from Bristol Temple Meads and arrives at Bradford on Avon at 10.22

 

Walk details remain the same

 

02/08/2017

FESTIVALS

Bradford on Avon

Walkers are Welcome Walking Festival

Friday 1st September 2017 to

Sunday 3rd September 2017

For further details go to the following link - the programme will be put on our website as soon as it is available - see the separate festival page section of this website.

http://walkbradfordonavon.org/bradford-on-avon-walking-festival/

 

SPECIAL SCHEMES

Want discounted travel?

Please see the following section regarding this

http://www.wessexrailwaywalks.org.uk/frequently-asked-questions/rail-cards-discounts/

includes all rail cards and the discount scheme between Westbury and Weymouth

 

OR Plus Bus details can be found on

http://www.wessexrailwaywalks.org.uk/frequently-asked-questions/plus-bus-details/

Thes rules apply to all those either in an organised group or a small party doing their own thing - and be aware that on Wessex Wanderer Railway Walks that NO dogs (except Registered Assistance Dogs) are allowed on walks.

 



  • Guard against all risk of fire
  • Keep your dog(s) under close and proper control
  • Keep to public paths across farmland
  • Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls
  • Fasten all gates (use the rule leave the gate as you found it)
  • Leave gates and property as you find them
  • Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
  • Take all your litter home (or use the expression GIGO (Garbage in, Garbage Out))
  • Help to keep all water clean
  • Protect wildlife, plants and trees
  • Take special care on country roads – face oncoming traffic but be very careful on bends, and do not be an easy target for drivers who are not expecting a group of walkers on a quiet country lane.  Follow the instructions of the leader.
  • Be safe - plan ahead and follow any signs
  • Protect plants and animals - by taking your litter home
  • Consider other people
  • Make no unnecessary noise
  • Take responsibility for your own actions
  • Respect people’s privacy and peace of mind – some land i.e. farms
         are their homes as well as a business
  • Help farmers, landowners and others to work safely and effectively
  • Care for the environment
  • Take extra care if you are organizing a group, an event or running  a business
  • Most of all respect the countryside
  • Be prepared for all eventualities

With all this enjoy the day in the countryside

 

 

Ramblers' Association, 2nd Floor, Camelford House, 87 -90 Embankment Road, LONDON SE1 7TW

Tel -: 020 7339 8500

E-mail: ramblers@ramblers.org.uk

Web: www.ramblers.org.uk

 

The Ramblers' Association is a company limited by guarentee, registered in England & Wales.  Company registration number 4458492.  Registered charity in England & Wales number 1093577.  Registered charity in Scotland number SC039799.  Registered office: 2nd Floor, Camelford House,

87 -90 Albert Embankment, LONDON SE1 7TW

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