You’ll never walk alone
Why walk alone when you can be part of a group
Walking is the most accessible form of physical activity with many physical and mental health benefits. It’s also a great way of getting to know your local neighbourhood and making new friends
Anyone of any ability wanting to get more physically active in a safe, enjoyable way.
Did you know that everyday walking is good for you? It doesn’t have to be hours slogging around in the middle of nowhere; any brisk walk over 10 minutes counts – whether it’s to the shops or walking the dog.
You don’t have to plan it, so you can be spontaneous! All you need are your feet and a pair of trainers or comfy shoes.
You can do it whatever the weather. If it’s raining, don’t be put off, grab a coat and wellies and get out there. The kids will love jumping in the puddles too.
It’s sociable – take a friend and have a good natter. Or have a nice long chat with your family.
It’s a great way to make short journeys instead of taking the car; and you save money.
You’re probably doing it already.
We try and walk once a month from Horfield Parish Church
If you require more information.
CONTACT NIGEL on 07946 313388