Just turn up and join in!
The WBC Walking for Health scheme offers regular, led, walks for people of all abilities. The walking groups are friendly, welcoming and empowering, and a great opportunity to explore the outdoors, discover new places and meet new people. Specially trained volunteers are on hand to provide encouragement, support and make sure no one gets left behind. It’s easy to start walking. Walks are free and easy, ranging from 30 to 90 minutes, so they can easily be fitted in as part of your everyday routine. Some walks stop for coffee afterwards in a nearby cafe, a good opportunity to socialise and relax after the walk.
Walks in West Berkshire currently running
(2nd of month) 10am-12pm Stanford Dingley (The Old Boot, Stanford Dingley)
Suitable for beginners ♦ Everybody welcome to walk at their own pace ♦ No stiles options available ♦ Brisk walks, for regular
11am-12pm Stroud Green, Newbury (Opp. The Plough Pub)
(1st & 3rd of month) 10.30-11.15am Beansheaf Community Centre Calcot
(4th of month) 10-11.30am Englefield Estate Walk (Recreation Ground, Englefield Road, Theale)
(Summer only) 6-7pm Mortimer (The Community Centre Car Park, The Street, Mortimer)
10-11.30am Mortimer (The Community Centre Car Park, The Street)
10:30-11.15am Mortimer (The Community Centre Car Park, The Street, Mortimer)
11am-12pm Northcroft Leisure Centre, Newbury (car park)
10:30-11 Burdwood Surgery, Thatcham (Car Park)
10-11am Hosehill Lake, Theale (Fox & Hounds car park)
(1st of month) 10-11.30am Greenham Common (Control Tower car park)
(2nd of month) 10-11am Nature Discovery Centre, Muddy Lane, Lower Way, Thatcham
(3rd of month) 10-11am Snelsmore Common, Newbury (Rangers Office)
(4th of month) 10-11am Northcroft Leisure Centre, Newbury (car park)
(5th of month) 10-11am Nature Discovery Centre, Muddy Lane, Lower Way, Thatcham
For further information on Walking for Health in West Berkshire please contact Public Health on
01635 503437, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.westberks.gov.uk/wfh
If you would like to know more abour setting up a Walk near YOU why not book on our free, online webinar.
Come along to this event to learn what a health walk is, how you can set one up in your local area and how you will be supported by your local Walking for Health coordinator.