Walking your way to good health

The Great outdoors should be available to everyone, this is why I am trying to raise money to by all terrain wheelchairs for use in various locations around the country. Now the money has been raised for tramper for Malham Tarn, I am beginning to investigate the possibilities of finding funds to buy a terrain hopper for use in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Even if your mobility is poor getting outside into the countryside promotes good health

Visit Peak District & Derbyshire

We all know that taking more exercise would be good for our health but can sometimes find it difficult to get started – especially if it’s a been a while since the last time or if you’re recovering from illness.

And that’s where High Peak Walking for Health’s new walks in Buxton and New Mills can help.

Walking is one of the easiest steps individuals can take to achieve the recommended 30 minutes exercise five times a week and the introduction of these new guided walks, supported by High Peak Borough Council, means there’s never been a better time to get started.

The Buxton Health Walks take place every Wednesday at midday from Buxton Leisure Centre and every Friday at 9.30am from New Bodies gym in Fairfield and the New Mills walk happens every Monday at midday from Ventura Court.

The programme has been awarded accreditation by ‘Walking the…

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