Navigate Norfolk Wells-next-the-Sea Day Trip
Saturday 07 August 2021, 10:45am - 4pm
Come and enjoy the beautiful countryside and scenery that Norfolk has to offer with this day trip. Wells is a picturesque seaside town with a beautiful beach. Please see description below for COVID-19 related amendments and documents.
Join one of our Navigate Norfolk Day Walks for just £5 a ticket. Take a break, stretch your legs and get outside in the fresh air to explore the beautful scenery Norfolk has to offer, whilst being able to socialise with others. The walks are all COVID secure and are led by volunteers.
Please be at the UEA mega bus stop 10 minutes before the listed start time so we can check you in and go through all the COVID-19 related amendments to the sesions. The walk will involve a chance to explore the town of Wells before talking a walk alomg the mile long estuary and spending time on the beach admiring the iconic beach huts. The walk is approximately 3.5 miles long. If you have a query regarding accessibility please don't hesiate to email email@example.com with any questions.
Please ensure you wear appropriate footwear and appropriate clothing for the time of year.
Please bring your own refreshments or some money if you wish to purchase something from a shop or cafe. Time will be made for a comfort break on the walk.
Session terms and conditions
By booking on the session you are agreeing to take responsiiblity to read the COVID-19 related amendments to the session (listed below) that summarise the alterations to our sessions. More detail on risk assessment and session work procedures can be found by following this link: https://bit.ly/33psx9q . It is your responsiiblity to familriase yourself with these documents, prior to attending this trip.
Below is a summary of the changes required for the sessions to be able to go ahead.
- We have reduced the capacities to 22 participants on a coach
- Please all observe 2m social distancing at all times when off the coach
- Wear a mask on the coach
- Sit in a signle bay on the coach
- Make sure you have completed the pre-trip survey for emergency contact details etc.
- If you are displaying COVID-19 symptoms you should not attend (cough, temperature, loss of taste/smell)
- wash or sanitise your hands regularly (we have this available if you don’t - just as a staf member or volunteer).
- avoid touching your face
- cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or the inside of your elbow when coughing or sneezing
- touch as few surfaces as possible
- avoid loud talking, shouting or singing
- dispose of waste safely, including items such as used disposable face coverings
- If you start feeling unwell/displaying COVID symptoms let one of the volunteers know.
- We may be taking photos/filming so let one of the staff/volunteers know if you do not want to be in any photos/videos
Please take a ticket above to book your place
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