Welcome to Whitchurch Walkers
affiliated to The Ramblers
in and around Whitchurch Shropshire - a Walkers are Welcome town
|Sat 24 Oct||Ash Jubilee paths, 7 miles, led by Jean White, packed lunch required|
|Mon 26 Oct||Oss Mere, led by Peter Stockbridge, 6 miles, packed lunch required|
|Sat 31 Oct||Bus to Prees, Twemlows Wood, pub lunch at White Lion Ash, Brown Moss - Malcolm Monie - 8m|
|Tues 3 Nov||Oss Mere, led by Peter Stockbridge, 6 miles, packed lunch required|
The second edition of our acclaimed walks book, fully revised with 22 new photographs and extended to include the Whitchurch Wheel is out now and available from BookShrop in Green End priced £6.
The regular programme of walks, both local and further afield, is currently suspended. However, while numbers on walks and the shared use of cars are restricted, we are now running a programme of bookable small-group local walks [see above]
and more from recent walks and P3 work can be found on the
Whitchurch Walkers Facebook page.
Our well-maintained local paths are of course open to walkers taking their daily exercise, either alone or with members of their household. Additionally it is now permitted to walk with 5 other people who are not members of your household so long as you keep at least 2m apart. Although it is now permissible to drive to the start of your walk in England, it is still in everyone's interest to walk locally and not try to head off to honeypots farther afield.British Mountaineering Council (BMC) HERE
See link below for advice from Shropshire Council regarding the use of their countryside sites.
The following list of links to the advice provided by various organisations was put together by the OIA [Outdoor Industries Association].
British Orienteering HERE
Forestry England HERE
Get Outside Stay Safe HERE
Lake District National Park HERE
Mountaineering Scotland HERE
National Parks HERE
National Trust HERE
Peak District National Park HERE
Ramblers Cymru HERE
Ramblers Scotland HERE
The Countryside Code HERE
To see a map of local paths including stile-free routes click here or on the small map above
|If on your walks you come across footpaths obstructed by crops or other issues please report them.
Link to latest goverment advice and updates