From 26th March 2021
We’re really pleased to announce that we have received additional funding and our Accompanied Walks project can continue during 2021!
Accompanied Walks are for community members aged 65 years or over who had little or no opportunity to venture outdoors or interact with other people. If you think this describes you (even just a little bit), you might be interested to know that the Museum is inviting individuals for an accompanied walk with a friendly and knowledgeable COAM volunteer.
A hot or cold drink will be provided and some help with transport can be arranged. This is all free of charge for a limited number of visitors. Government guidelines on social distancing will be followed and a carer or friend (and a dog if you have one!) can come along for support, if needed.
If you or anyone you know is interested in an Accompanied Walk, please register by contacting Jacqui Gellman, COAM Outreach, firstname.lastname@example.org, 01494 871 117.
This project, funded by the Shirling Trust, will give visitors the opportunity to enjoy a walk around our Museum and learn about our 37 heritage buildings which are set in 45 acres of gardens, park and woodland.
You MUST contact email@example.com to book your Accompanied Walk.
This project is subject to government restrictions. Please read our site Covid-19 guidance.