We've recently updated our Walk Leader checklists, as well as the In Case of Emergency (ICE) cards. You can find out more, and download or order both, below.
1. Walk Leader checklists - a handy list of tips to help walk leaders run safe and enjoyable walks. Order some!
2. In Case of Emergency (ICE) cards. Allow walkers to fill in their emergency contact details and important medical information. Walkers should keep ICE cards in an accessible place so that if something should happen on a walk, the walk leader or emergency services know about any medical conditions and who to contact. Order some!
Ramblers will work together to achieve our charitable aims, guided by our values:
Welcoming- to all, particularly newcomers Positive- looking to have fun and create enjoyment Empowering - helping give people confidence to help themselves Inclusive - welcoming people from diverse backgrounds, and being sensitive to the needs of different communities Ethical - being respectful of others, honest in what we say, and thinking through the consequences of what we do Democratic - working to deepen and improve democracy within our organisation Environmentally Responsible - promoting activities and behaviours which are sustainable and which benefit the environment
Dawn Chorus walk on 6th April with ex Notts Area Secretaries Rod & Jenny Fillingham - Click Here
Chesterfield Area Walking Festival from 12th to 20th May - Click Here
Ramblers Walk About Festival 26th May - 3rd June
For those of you who like doing train walks there are some guided walks taking place organised by the Penistone Line Partnership this Spring - Click Here
And for those of you who prefer canals, look out for details of a Walking Festival being planned for later in the year. The Festival will run from 15th to 23rd September with over 30 different walks taking place along the entire length of the Chesterfield Canal - more details when available.