Convenor: Robin Larmour Mobile : 078 1588 8239 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read the following notices: ALL WALKERS WALK LEADERS
Walks Details as they become available
Date - 30th July Walk Leaders - Rodney and Jennifer Dwyer Meeting Point - Helen's Bay Railway Station at 11.10 Public ...Read More
Date : 23rd July 2021 Walk Leader: Mary Kyle Short Walk - Approx 4 miles, 1 1/2 hours Meeting Point: ...Read More
Date - Friday 16th July Our next walk will be next Friday 16th July to Hillsborough Forest Park. Walk Leader ...Read More
DATE: 9th July 2021. SHORT WALK – 3 miles/1 hour 30 mins, plus lunch break. LEADER: Robert McDowell, Telephone No ...Read More
Date - Friday 2nd July Walk Leader : Anne & Jim Bodles Meeting Place - Drains Bay car park at ...Read More
DATE - Friday 25th June 2021 Walk Leader - Irene Transport by train. Depart Whitehead 09.45 Carrickfergus 09.53 Greenisland 10.02 ...Read More
Date : Friday 18th June to Cullybackey. The Walk will be led by Ellie, Maura, Daryl and Vera. Duration of ...Read More
Date: 11 June 2021 Long / Short Short Distance in Miles: Approximately 4 miles in total. Terrain: level path, ...Read More
Date: 4th June 2021 Leader: Robin Larmour Mobile 078 1588 8239 Starting Point: Harbour Car Park Whitehead at 11.0pm Travel: ...Read More
Because of the current situation with the Coronavirus and the fact that the majority of our group are in the ...Read More
DATE: 24 April 2020 SHORT WALK – 3 miles. The walk will take 3 hours. Note that this walk is ...Read More
Date: Friday 13th March Leader: Mary Kyle 07445688117 Train from Whitehead 9.45am Carrickfergus 9.54am etc CHANGE at Yorkgate Board ...Read More
Long / Short Short Date: 28th February 2020 Leader(s): Margaret Kelly - contact Mobile 07712671996 & Home 02890862166 Meeting Point ...Read More
LONG WALK: – total 7.5 miles. The walk will take about 3.25 hours. DATE: 20 March 2020. LEADER: Robert McDowell, ...Read More
Walk on 14th February. Leaders Daryl 07925132558 Ellie 07763878581 Meet at Loughshore Car Park Jordanstown at 10.30.am Walk along Shore ...Read More
Approx. 6 miles (8 miles if the Foyle bridge is crossed) Date 21st February 2020 Leader Robin Connor 07805830550 Train ...Read More
Date: 17th January 2020 Leader: Maureen Hayes: 07484622260 Public Transport: Train leaves Whitehead 9.15 Downshire 9.21 Carrickfergus 9.24. Trooperslane 9.30 ...Read More
Date: 24th January 2020 Leader: June Fox: 07891131215 Meet: Moira railway station 11.15 for car users Public Transport: Train leaves ...Read More
NB: Since the walk notice was posted on the U3A website, it has been ascertained that the Gobbins Upper Path ...Read More
DATE: 10 January 2020. SHORT WALK – 3 miles. The walk will take c3 hours, including a lunch break. LEADER: ...Read More
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR WALK LEADERS
1] Walk Leaders are asked to pick up and return the rucksack, containing first aid kit, notebook, contact information etc, from/ to the office in Nelson Street so that it will be available for the next Leader to collect and so ensure that both the short and long walk leaders will be able to access it. To comply with General Data Protection Regulations it is important that the personal information kept in the rucksack is stored correctly and returning the rucksack to the office removes that responsibility from the individual leader.
2] Please could you ensure that a description of the walk and all relevant details regarding travel arrangements, leader’s contact number etc, are forwarded to the webmaster 3-4 weeks before each walk. If possible use the blank document provided ( Walk Details ) in order to maintain consistency in presentation and content. If you do not have a computer please give me a handwritten copy and I will type it up and forward to the webmaster.
Neither East Antrim U3A nor the Walk Leader/Organiser can control the environment, weather, animals or any other walkers and whilst taking normal precautions, providing reasonable help and assistance as necessary, they cannot accept responsibility for any circumstances affecting the Health or Safety of the walkers in the walking group. Walks organised by EAU3A and lead by EAU3A members are covered by Public Liability Insurance through the Third Age Trust. This is designed to protect leaders against claims for damage to property and for injury or death which might have been occasioned on the walk.
This is NOT a personal accident insurance and accordingly participants are responsible for their own Health and Safely and the safe keeping of their equipment, clothing and belongings.
Participants on Walks should follow the advice/instructions of the Walk Leader in order to minimise any risk to themselves and should also ensure that they do not endanger others in the group.