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07 January 2021
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Wareham Walkers is run by volunteers who arrange walks that are of medium pace and generally of one to two hours duration.  If Leaders are available, on occasions a slower, shorter, stroll will be organised additionally for less able walkers.
Wareham Walkers is a small, friendly, weekly walking group for mainly older people who appreciate the health advantages of walking regularly. We are based in Wareham, Dorset, UK, and welcome newcomers to join us for a walk and optional coffee afterwards in the convivial company of like-minded folk.
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Future Away Walks CANCELLED
Future Home Walks CANCELLED
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Wareham Walkers and Coronavirus (Covid-19)
We are sad to say that all the Wareham Walkers walks are cancelled until further notice in accordance with the Prime Minister’s announcement on 4th January 2021 which resulted in the latest UK government Lockdown guidelines.
However, according to government guidance, you may continue to walk outdoors for exercise once a day with the people you live with, your support bubble, or one person from another household but only “at a local location”.
As long as you have no symptoms (temperature, continuous cough), it is considered safe to:

Walk well away from other people – keep at least two metres apart (Social Distancing)

Walk to the open countryside from your home – avoid urban areas, if possible

Walk by yourself away from anyone else, as long as you feel safe doing so

Walk the dog – but avoid interacting with other dog owners

Walk at a ‘normal distance’ from family members with whom you share your home

Walk with a friend but only if you try to keep at least two metres apart

When you return, remove gloves with care then wash hands thoroughly

Walk regularly to keep fit and help combat Covid19 and other ailments
During Lockdown we are again Meeting on