Welcome to the Nottingham HF
Club Policy and the CoronaVirus Situation
The club has walks planned for the rest of May and is planning walks for June/July. However, you will have to join the club to go on a walk with us for the time being. We do not plan to advertise any of these walks on the web. Numbers are limited and you will have to book a place prior to the walk. You cannot just turn up. The walks in June/July will be further afield and maybe accessible by car or public transport and circular. Car sharing and coach rambles maybe allowed in July. A register of names and telephone numbers must be taken for each walk for NHS Contact Tracing.
Rambles Secretary Nottingham HF Rambling Club on behalf of the committee.
To find out more please contact the secretary by e-mail: email@example.com
If you want to make new friends, have some healthy exercise out in the fresh air, walk through sometimes challenging but stunning countryside or have time for strolling and reflecting on life in general, look no further.
The Club is an active walking club with a long tradition dating back to its formation in 1923. The Club organises Sunday and mid-week rambles, walking holidays and social events. Current club membership is around 150. In addition to this we have over 900 followers on the Meetup Website.
Coach Rambles: At the moment we are NOT running any coach rambles on a Sunday. When we start running coach rambles again, they range over a wide area including Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, South Yorkshire and Leicestershire. They are usually linear walks.
Car/Bus/Train Rambles: When we are next allowed to organise club walks they will be located closer to Nottingham making use of public transport where feasible, in addition to the use of cars. They will be circular walks and will be scheduled to take place on either a Wednesday or a Saturday. The Wednesday walks will usually be morning walks of 5-6 miles. The Saturday walks will usually be all day walks with a choice of a medium walk 7-8 miles and long walk 9-10 miles.
When the situation gets back to normal you can come on a ramble with the club a couple of times without having to join. If you decide you want to come regularly just request a ‘Welcome Pack’ from the Club Secretary which includes an application form. The annual membership fee is £12 single and £20 for a family.
People intending to walk regularly with the club should join.
Occasional walkers through Meetup however, are very welcome.
For membership and a ‘Welcome Pack’ (including an application form) and all other enquiries either;
Telephone the Club Secretary : (0115) 925 6213
or.. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org