When 11/11/2019
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Where Please See Course Description
Tutors Ruth Carter and Cindy Rapson

This course is for students of all abilities with a willingness to amble around some wonderful countryside.


Guided Walks around Exmouth

This course takes you for a full-day walking based in and around Exmouth and East Devon guided by our own tutors and trained walk leaders to experience diverse wildlife, rural landscapes and heathland. Discover the benefit to your personal recovery from connecting with the diversity of Devon’s wildlife and landscapes, and to enjoy walking in the company of others seeking their own paths to recovery and wellbeing. Walks are moderate to difficult, covering some rough and uneven terrain, but can be tailored to students’ experience, interest and ability. Guided walks will be dependent on the weather and could include visits to Woodbury Common, nature reserves on the Exe Estuary and places along the East Devon Heritage Coast.

The walks take place once a month on Mondays.

2nd September 14th October 11th November 2nd December 20th January 10th February

Please bring a packed lunch and suitable clothing for changeable weather; walking shoes or boots are essential.

N.B. There are six courses to choose from. Students can enrol on each course separately (and each will be treated as an individual course for enrolment purposes), or you can enrol on all six as a single course.

N.B. For the start of all walks we will meet at Exmouth train station. For walks on Woodbury Common transport will be provided from the train station.

Please indicate at the time of enrolment if you will be providing your own transport or if you will require pick up from Exmouth Train Station for group transport to the starting locations of walks.

This walk will take place on Monday 11th November.


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