Having been starved of in-person events for the last year, our Surrey centre is delighted to be involved in RotaWalk’21. Organised by the Rotary Club in Dorking, RotaWalk’21 is a 4 mile circular walk around Holmwood Common on Sunday 12 September.
We are looking for walkers to take part and raise money for The Amber Foundation on this flat course that will adhere to all Covid-19 social distancing guidelines.
The walk around Holmwood Common is on land once owned by King Harold but now under National Trust ownership. It is completely flat on a 4-mile cinder-track that is suitable for buggies.
There will be two start and finish points, a Northerly point close to the car park at Inholms Lane and North Holmwood Church, and a Southerly point near the car park at Fourwents Pond. This will help with social distancing and ensure that people can park close to a start point.
Walkers will be allocated a start point once they enter, and they then finish at the same point they had started from.
The walk will feature information boards on 12 well-known locations around Surrey and include a nature trail.
When? Sunday 12 September, from 10am
Rather than do one mass start, walkers are being advised to start between 10am and 3pm to ensure that there is sufficient social distancing.
I can confirm there will be refreshments on route, including cake!
If you have any other questions, please contact Kelsey via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone 07879 415716.