The Strollers Group meets alternate Fridays for about 2 miles of easy strolling, starting at about 1100, followed by lunch at a nearby inn / hostelry.
|Programme for 2020|
|20 March||Bute Park||Brew House & Kitchen|
|3 April||Roath Park|
|17 April||Bluebells above Castell Coch|
|1 May||West Aberthaw||Blue Anchor|
|15 May||Hensol Woods|
Group Leader Rob Cumbes
For enquiries from non-members of U3A please contact Rob using the highlighted link above.
Strollers take it in turns to organise walks. We circulate an email with details of the stroll (location, meeting place, time, lunch etc.). The stroll organiser must be informed if you want to go on a stroll, no later than the day before the stroll.
Our current programme is available to group members, please contact the Group Leader if updates or details are required.
Those organising strolls are asked to let the Group Leader have a brief report after the stroll covering location, pub, numbers, weather and anything unusual which happened. This is to help him summarise our activities for each year. If you’re not on email let him have a hard copy on the next stroll. It’s not compulsory but would be appreciated. Any photos taken by Strollers would also be appreciated.
Some of our dates have been filled at the AGM but there are still some gaps so if you haven’t volunteered yet please fill one of them in.
The annual St David's Day lunch will be held at the Red Fox, Penllyn on 6th March after a short stroll to Graig Penllyn.
FIRST AID KIT
The organiser of any stroll should carry a first aid kit to ensure we are complying with the provisions of U3A’s insurers. Members who have driven on the continent probably have a kit in their car as they are a legal requirement in many countries. Kits are available from motoring stores but we have two members with a kit who would be happy to carry it. Please contact the Group Leader if you need one.
If a stroll involves road walking, then for safety the stroll organiser and another designated person should wear yellow jackets with reflective strips (as required if driving in France). The Group Leader has two.
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