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Walking for Health (Church Stretton)

Description:

Walking for Health walks, are short walks designed to enable people to enjoy some exercise out in the fresh air, and are part of the national Walking for Health initiative.

The walks are led by trained volunteer walk leaders who lead the walk at a pace to suit those who come along.  They are free and you do not need to book  -  just turn up a few minutes early to your first walk so that you can meet the walk leader.  They are a great way to enjoy some exercise in a friendly social group, and evaluation shows that walkers are feeling fitter, breathing easier, losing weight, making new friends, discovering new local places and much more.

All Church Stretton Walking for Health Group walks start at the Mayfair Community Centre.  There are walks of various grades each week, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings, and suitable footwear with a good grip is recommended.

For more details of the grades, lengths and times of the walks available in your area follow the link to the Walking for Health website, or contact the Walking Coordinators using the details shown.

Venue Details

Address:
Mayfair Community Centre
Easthope Road
Church Stretton
Shropshire
Postcode:
SY6 6BL
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Contact Details

Name:
Helen Foxall (WFH Co-ordinator)
Telephone:
01743 255059
Email:
helen.foxall@shropshire.gov.uk
Website
https://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/.../church-stretton-wednesday-g1-1100-am

Additional Information

Notes:

Individual programmes are produced to improve the quality of life for the whole family unit. Progress is carefully monitored and programmes are adjusted as and when necessary.


Page last reviewed:
05/07/2019
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