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I will only contact the people who I know are coming, to advise them of which walk we will do.
We will also wait for people who have indicated they are coming, so if I don’t know you’re coming you might be left behind: 😊 Looking forward to a good walk.
If you don’t know anyone going you can ask to sit with me - Sarah Rule https://