Middle Way Walkers

On 5 January 2021 a national lockdown came into force. Under these regulations group walks cannot take place. You may only exercise outside on your own or with one other person (unless you are with members of your own household or people in your support bubble). Therefore all walks arranged by the CEDU3A Middle Way Walkers Group are cancelled until further notice.

  The Middle Way Walkers Group offers a programme of day walks in the London area, primarily aimed at those members who like to walk between 7.5 and 8.5 miles.
 
  Group Conveners : Jane Saunders and Gill Shiel

The Group meets on the third Wednesday every month for an all day walk. The walk is normally repeated on the following day, although on occasion there will be a longer interval between a walk and its repeat. The number of places available per walk is 12 (including the group leaders).

Essential advice for walkers

Due to COVID-19 we have to change the way that our walks are organised, in order to keep each other safe.
 
 
Read the latest guidance and other advice for walking safely …
 
  Arrangements for lunchtime will form part of the walk description. Walk participants will bring their own food and drink.

 
  Each walk will be repeated to ensure as many members as possible can participate.
 

How to book a walk

  Bookings are accepted only from CEDU3A members who are already members of the Middle Way Walkers Group. Regrettably, because of the restrictions imposed upon us by COVID-19, the Group is currently not open to new members.
 
  Complete the booking form below the walk description.
 
What happens next?
 
  Places are allocated on a first come/first served basis.
 
  On receipt of your booking request the Group Convener will contact you to confirm whether there is a place available for you. It may take up to a week before you receive confirmation or otherwise of your booking request.
 
  Successful applicants will then be emailed an approved risk assessment and a personal safety checklist by the Group Convener.
 
  Participants must confirm by email that they have read the risk assessment, that they agree to abide by the measures outlined within it and that they have reviewed their own personal health and circumstances and that they can take part without adverse risk to themselves or any one in their household.