I'm sure you will be aware of the easing of some aspects of the lock-down, although there remain limitations on how many people can meet together and there are still rules on social distancing. It is clear that COVID-19 will be with us for some time, and the spikes of infections in Leicester and other places are a timely reminder of the ease with which the virus is spread, and of the very serious nature of the disease.
The committee have considered the situation very carefully and have concluded that despite some of the recent changes, we cannot yet restart our programme of Monday, Tuesday and Thursday walks and our social events and so all of our activities will remain suspended. I know you will be disappointed by this, but our priority remains the protection of the health and wellbeing of our walkers and volunteers, and we need to ensure that our activities can be carried out safely and in line with all government regulations.
We will keep the situation under review and will send a further update in September. We continue to hope that we will be able to welcome you back to our walks as the severity of the outbreak is brought under control and government rules allow.
With best regards,
Chairman - Broxtowe Walk & Talk
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