Covid-19 update (September 2021):

Following on from the Governments lockdown road map we have given much thought to our own walking map. We resumed our monthly Sunday walks in June 2021. All our walks will of course be subject to Government guidelines. More details will be posted on our town centre noticeboard, on this website, Facebook and Twitter pages nearer the time.

Our walks will be Covid-19 and risk assessed and should there be a large number of walkers (above 30 people) we may have to divide into smaller groups to ensure your safely. Please read our disclaimer for more info.

We look forward to seeing you all again! Best Foot Forward.

We hope to see you again on Sunday 12th December!

Meet 10.00am at Bingley Arts Centre for a special Christmas Walk! A 2 hour long walk (approx. 5 miles) called "A Jingle Bell Stroll"We will walk around Bingley and stop at four points to sing Christmas Carols. Then, if you want to stay with us after the walk and enjoy a mince pie and mulled wine at Tarquin's Tea Rooms in Myrtle Park, a contribution of £3.00 will be asked.

Have you been on any of our previous walks? Please leave us a comment if you have, we would love to hear from you after so many months apart!

Table of Content - Bingley WAW Monthly Sunday Walks

Five Rise Locks Walking Together - Photo Credit: Marcus Rattray

Photo Credit: Marcus Rattray

What do you need?

Bring the following with you:

  • any medication you might need, including plasters;
  • hand sanitiser;
  • water bottle, flask and any snacks.

Note: many paths will be stony or muddy so please wear walking shoes or boots with non-slip soles.

After the walk we usually have lunch or a drink in one of the town's welcoming cafés. Most of them now display our “Walkers are Welcome” stickers in their windows.

Where to meet?

What: Bingley Walkers are Welcome Monthly Sunday Walks

When: Second Sunday of every month – 10:00 AM

How long? About 2 hours / 5 miles walk

Where:

Bingley Arts Centre
Main Street
Bingley
West Yorkshire
BD16 2LZ

Grid Reference: SE 106 390

Price: £ 0.00 – It's free!

Disclaimer

  • Whilst leaders take every care, your comfort and safety are your own responsibility.
  • You will need to register before the start of the walk and provide a contact number under NHS Track and Trace requirements.
  • Covid-19 restrictions on meeting and gathering outside may mean we will have to split the group. We have planned contingency in such event and are able to run two walks. However, if numbers are way above our capacity, we may have to refuse people joining us. This will be done on a first come, first served basis.
  • Leaders will not be able to give you any personal assistance which would involve close proximity or touch during the walk (except in an emergency), e.g. to cross stiles, or manage slippery slopes, so if you think you might need assistance please bring along a family member.
  • The pace of the walk is appropriate to the distance and the available time. We ask that walkers accept the pace set.
  • Dogs (on a short lead) are welcome on most walks but please get in touch with us before hand (Facebook or Web contact form)
  • Under-18 year old people to be accompanied by a responsible adult
Walkers above Bingley on one of our regular Sunday walks

Group of walkers admiring the view above Bingley

Dates for your diary are:

  • Sunday 12th December 2021 – Our Special Christmas Themed Walk “A jingle Bell Stroll"(subject to government guidelines)
  • Sunday 9th January 2022 (subject to government guidelines).
  • Sunday 13th February 2022 (subject to government guidelines).

Or use this iCal Google calendar and import it in your phone so you never forget any of our walks!

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iCal - Bingley Walkers are Welcome - Sunday Walks

Our past Sunday walks:

We've been recording our monthly Sunday guided walks in Bingley since July 2015! So if you are looking for an old walk and any of the information associated to it, check our archived listing.

Did you go on any of our Sunday walks? Don't hesitate to give us some feedback by leaving a comment below!

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