History Walk & Talk – South Clifton – Sat 15 May 2021

Our Approach In The Post Covid Environment

We have looked long and hard at how we can keep some form of activity going during the ongoing Covid problems. As a registered tour provider, we have been able to complete the full risk assessments to be certified under the national ‘Good to Go’ scheme which applies unless there is a change in the lockdown rules for our area. Rather like sporting organisations, this means we can hold outdoor activities for up to thirty people providing appropriate measures are taken. So we have decided to have a go at holding some outdoor ‘Talk & Walk’ events, but we are going to restrict the numbers to TWENTY in the first instance.


Outdoor Walk & Talk Around Historic South Clifton

Leading local historian and author ADRIAN GRAY will lead a walk around historic South Clifton. This is a place of great significance in the history of the Trent – hear about the disastrous flood of 1795, lost channels of the river, dark deeds in country lanes and stories of the old ferryman and his dog.
• 15th May, 10am to 12.15pm approx.
• Meet at junction of Front Street and Vicarage Road
• Walking distance approx. 2.5 miles, some uneven ground
• Cost £7.50 per head

Booking Information

COVID:  we have a full risk assessment and as a tourist organisation are authorised for outdoor activities with more than six people. However, places will be limited to twenty.

Reserve by email (talksandtours@gmail.com),
by phone to Maggy on 07950 167821, including your contact details.

Once confirmed you can also pay by internet.

WEATHER: if constant very heavy rain (rather than light drizzle) is forecast the night before, then we may contact you to re-arrange the walk.