19 Feb 2020

Health and Safety during Covid-19

If you've been on one of my walking tours you will know I begin with a disclaimer explaining that, as we will be walking on public pavements and crossing public roads, your safety is your own responsibility, basically, to take care when crossing the roads etc, and look out for yourself as you would do on any normal day.
During Covid-19 restrictions these stipulations are further enhanced. It is even more important during these confusing and troubled times.

At the moment, I am limiting my tours to 15 attendees so that people can spread out to follow the social distancing guidelines – couples and bubbles of 6 [max] can bunch together. Please note that I do not wear a mask when leading my tours. Instead, I ensure that I position myself at a distance from the group. It is entirely up to you whether you wear a mask yourself when we are outdoors. However, it is important that you bring personal protection with you – face coverings, wipes/gels, gloves or similar. On some of my tours we look at some interiors and on these occasions masks etc will be most definitely be required for all of us.
To clarify – during Covid-19 restrictions you join my walking tours at your own discretion. 
I would really like to find out how you feel about attending any guided walks at the moment – I have devised this anonymous short survey and would really appreciate your feedback and any other comments you wish to make.