Longer Walks

Our programme will be developed to reflect members’ interests, but will generally focus on the rural or urban fringe of London easily accessible by public transport. Some of our walks will be circular, while others may be linear (for example sections of long distance paths). We will also visit a variety of landscapes, including parks and woodland, historic village centres, and canal and riverside paths as well as open countryside and hills

❑ Walks must be booked in advance

John Hemingway and Annie Hemingway (Group Conveners)

One walk in the month, normally on the second Thursday and repeated on the fourth Thursday
Maximum number of eighteen participants (including the walk leader(s)) per walk
How to book a walk
Essential information for walkers
Upcoming walks and booking

🟥 The group is full
🟨 The waiting list is open

    Apply to join the Longer Walks Group Waiting List



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    As u3a members we continue to have a responsibility to ourselves and others to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. This means u3a group walks will only take place after the completion of a thorough risk assessment. This includes a requirement for individual members to confirm that it is appropriate for them to join the group. As part of the risk assessment, u3a members travelling to and from walks must wear a face covering while on public transport (unless of course they have a legitimate exemption).If as an individual member you feel unable to comply with this requirement, you will not be able to request a place on a walk

    Updated October 2023