This session will be run in line with the latest government Covid-19 guidelines.
The Central England region are presenting a Walk and Talk Series over the summer months. David, Neil, Scott and I are inviting all regional members to come out and join us on an evening stroll in a relaxed environment to meet, share good conversation and get to know each other. This, is the fifth in a series of walks which are being planned at various locations throughout the entire region. The evenings walk will take place at Thorley Wash a 17.3 Hectare Nature Reserve and a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest along a section of the Stort Navigation.
We are looking to further fulfil the Mountain Training Association's ethos and key aims by developing a much wider community spirit amongst our regions membership, by providing help and support, promoting good practice and professionalism and enjoying mutually beneficial shared experiences.
We really would like to meet you! If you are a beginner, or more experienced, a professional in your field, a walker, or a climber, come along and meet like minded members from your neck of the woods to network, to understand or let us know how we can provide more engagement and learning to build on your/our plans for the future of the Central England Region.
Come out and join us. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Your personal walking kit appropriate for the forecasted weather conditions. Equipment might include OS Map 194 Hertford & Bishops Stortford, Binoculars, Camera, Notebook & Pen.
There will be an opportunity for a quick break. If you wish to bring a flask/snack, please do so.
Grid Reference: TL 48105 19240 Layby on Obrey Way.
Meeting time: 18:45 hrs. for a 19:00 hr. start.
As a peer-led event, please be reminded, all members are responsible for themselves whilst out on the walk.
Please provide notice at the earliest opportunity by way of contact details provided.
In the event of cancellation all attendees will be contacted directly and this events page updated accordingly.
Neil Froggitt (ML), MTA Regional Support Volunteer will be present at this event. It is hoped that Mark McKenzie MTA Regional Co-ordinator, David and Scot MTA Regional Support Volunteers, will also be in attendance.
This is a peer-led event and as such attendees are responsible for their own welfare and must adhere to Covid-19 government guidelines regarding safety and social distancing. Please do not attend this event if you are displaying any Covid-19 symptoms.
Please familiarise yourselves with the following MTA guidance before attending this event: https://www.mountain-training.org/membership/mountain-training-association/news/helping-keep-outdoor-activities-covid-secure
Your contact information may need to be shared with another attendee should they later display any Covid-19 symptoms and wish to inform you of this.