How our walks look now
2020 Wellington Walking Festival ,September 14th to 20th.
The festival has now finished , we were able to go ahead with the walks. The litter pick and our 10th Anniversary celebration were cancelled.
We think it went well, there is a link to a feedback form on the Festival page .
We made a cautious restart to activities by holding a booking only, socially distanced, walk on Sunday 21st June. The walk was advertised to the mailing list. See our regular walk routes page for more details. Our next walk will be on Oct 4th. This walk is booking only . See here for details and to book in due course.
Contact us for bespoke advice on getting to work on foot or by cycle. We know Telford quite well as walkers and cyclists, and, if we don't know your part of Telford, we have friends that do. You could use Facebook, email or our contact form. We can produce a map as a line on an image, a gpx file or with audible instructions for a smart phone app.
We are encouraging people to keep walking using our walk leaflets see here. The leaflets are usually also available in Wellington Morrison's. This page also has links to other people's pages or leaflets.
We have also been clearing paths in an informal socially distanced way in very small groups.
2019 news is here
We started the new year with a 'hop' to Randlay Valley and Telford Town Park. then Hadley Park Locks, then Limekiln woods and Alreston. The snowdrop walk was moved to Apley. Since restarting walks in June we have visited The Ercall, Dothill, Apley, New Works and the Hadley Park guillotine lock. See the gallery and the routes page.