Walk and Talk parent support event. - TICKET REQUIRED
Durham NCT Walk and Talks rotate through 4 venues on a weekly basis, including Broompark Picnic Area, Malton Picnic Area, Durham City Riverside and Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve.
We will meet from 10.15am, ready for a 10.30am start. Led by our Walk and Talk volunteer, Sarah, we will walk for approximately 1 hour. All walks are suitable for prams and pushchairs but may be muddy, please ensure you wear appropriate footwear.
The walk will proceed in all but extreme weather, please ensure you wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
The walk will be conducted in line with Social Distancing guidelines and numbers will be limited to 30 adults plus children (including NCT volunteers.
To attend you MUST book a ticket here:
Please see your ticket booking for the venue address and meeting point.
All attendees will be asked to scan the event QR code on arrival in order to register their attendance for Track and Trace.
Important information - please read:
The safety of everyone attending our walks is our number one priority. Please do not attend the walk if you are shielding, symptomatic or in a period of self-isolation.
By sharing attendee information with the NHS when requested, we can help identify people who have been exposed to coronavirus and help trace close recent contacts of anyone who tests positive. By booking a ticket you agree to your data being shared with the NHS tracing services if it is specifically requested.
Once you have confirmed your place on the walk you will receive an email containing further information about the walk. This will include where we are meeting, how to recognise our volunteers and guidance to help keep you and our volunteers safe.