|Monthly Tuesday Walks|
Dogs: Walkers may bring their dog but it must be kept on a short lead at all times.
Children: Children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.
Pushchairs/Buggies/Wheelchairs: Routes are not suitable.
Footwear: Stout footwear is recommended particularly walking shoes or boots.
New walkers are required to complete a registration form. This can be completed on the day (arrive at 9:45am) or downloaded, completed & brought along with you on the day.
|Cancellation of Walks|
We may occasionally have to cancel scheduled walks due to adverse weather conditions or for other reasons. If this does happen, we shall, whenever possible, give advance notice. In bad weather, please check the Notices page before setting out for the starting point of a walk.
If you are a walker with us , or even new to walking, you may want to consider volunteering as a Walk Leader.We are urgently looking for new walk leaders to step up. Its fun, interesting and involving. We offer accredited training and support. You can do as little or as much leading as you are able. Cover is available for those unavoidable times when you may be sick or have an important appointment. Most walks have Leaders, Middle Markers, and Back Markers so there are plenty of opportunities to get involved. Start as a back marker and progress from there. Please contact us with your details and availability and for further details. Or talk to one of our walk leaders. Get involved and help support your EEHW.
All walks were suspended from Wed 18 March 2020. Wednesday and Monday walks are restarting in September 2020 but pre-booking is required (see Programme below)
Epsom and Ewell Health Walks collects basic data on each new walker on the Walker registration form on behalf of Ramblers Walking for Health and inputs it to the Ramblers Walking for Health database. When this has been done they destroy the paper forms securely.
Epsom and Ewell Health Walks will use the information to contact walkers only rarely regarding the administration of the walks programme eg cancellation of or changes to a walk or adding a walk to the Programme. It is unlikely that they would contact walkers about any other matters and this would only happen for those who had consented to being contacted by their local scheme.
As a data processor, Epsom and Ewell Health Walks do not have their own Privacy Statement. They instead rely on the Ramblers Walking for Health Privacy Statement which can be found at https://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/privacy-policy.