What are Wellbeing walks?
In addition to our Get Up and Go walks the council also coordinates a Wellbeing walks programme, which was formally known as Walking to health.
Wellbeing walks vary from 10 - 90 minutes maximum, and most walk have a shorter option available.
The walks are led by trained volunteer walk leaders and many of our regular walks have been going for years! New walkers are always welcomed as well as any one wanting to become a walk leader (scroll down this page).
To find a local walk visit the Wellbeing walks page and search using your postcode. Please note there is technical glitch with the webpage meaning walks don't always show in order. If you scroll down you can see the next available date.
Seeking volunteer walk leaders!
We are looking for people to join us as volunteer walk leaders on our Wellbeing walks programme. We only have 5 walks in the borough and keen to expand this to include buggy walks, family walks, history walks, nature inspired, women's and men only walks. The ideas are endless !
Wellbeing Walks are short, sociable walks lasting between 10 - 90 minutes. Training is free to do and includes an online module, followed by three hours of in-person training.
The next in-person training session will take place in September and October 2023 in Petersfield. Once you’ve done your training, you can help with existing walks or set up your own! I would be here to help!
If you’re interested in volunteering some of your time to help support these incredible walks, please contact email@example.com