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Health Walks – North Somerset

The Health Walks scheme welcomes over 300 regular walkers a week in and around North Somerset. We have Health Walks in Clevedon, Nailsea, Portishead, Weston-super-Mare, Winscombe, Long Ashton and Yatton. Our walks are led by volunteers who welcome you to join their groups. They have all attended Health Walk Leader…

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Walk this May as part of North Somerset Walk Fest

Take part in National Walking Month, for the 4th year running, as part of North Somerset Walk Fest. The festival is a celebration of all things walking with the majority of walking activities being offered for free.

Join in with North Somerset Walk Fest by picking up your free programme from a local library, or downloading the below information:

  • Walk Fest programme – find out what walking activities are happening every day! The programme is packed with lots of amazing walks and events in and around North Somerset, from guided walks, to walking sports and networking walks.
  • Walking cafes – head to one of the walking cafes to pick up a local walking route map. Some cafés will also be offering a discount or special offer to Walk Fest participants!
  • Walk Every Day in May – Challenge yourself to walk every day in May! You can walk for as long as suits you – even 10 mins each day and you’ll feel the difference. Download our calendar and track your progress.
  • Walking Groups – Download a list of walking groups or why not start your own local walking group? We can offer training and support to help you get started.
  • Walking Routes – mapped routes are available across North Somerset, up to 6 miles in distance. Explore the local area and walk somewhere new!
  • Win – Complete our short survey and be in with the chance of winning a £50 Outdoors and Active voucher!

Walking is a great way to improve both physical and mental health, and there are lots of opportunities to enjoy walking in North Somerset. Walking is a simple, free way of being more active and is ideal for people of all ages and fitness levels. As well as the health benefits, walking can be a great way to explore your local area, finding out what’s on your doorstep – whether that’s local nature and environment or shops and businesses.

Thanks to Quartet Community foundation for funding part of this project.

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