Black Girls Hike: Devon – Exeter St David’s train station to Topsham (Saturday 7th May, 10am) Easy: 3 Hours.
Difficulty: Easy– Circular walk, very flat. We shall be walking along a very scenic river and passing old mills. Public toilets in Exeter and Topsham. Bring water and a light lunch.
How much is it? Suggested donation £5. As a registered non-profit, your support helps our community grow. Enabling us to provide opportunities for Black women across the UK to explore and reconnect with nature.
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Can I come to Black Girls Hike?
As the name suggests, this is a safe space for Black/Mixed Race cis and trans women and non-binary people of Black African and / or Caribbean descent who are comfortable in a space that centres the experiences of Black women. We are not a BAME, POC, BIPOC, WOC, Politically Black or Ally organisation.
What do I need to bring?
Walking boots / shoes with ankle support essential. No pumps or sliders.
Food and water
Please ensure any medication is bought with you e.g., asthma pump or epi pen
Planning your journey
●Join our Facebook group to arrange car shares and connect with other hikers –
(When requesting to join the FB group, please answer the membership questions)
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