Put best feet forward to join Health Walks
Volunteer walk leaders have put their walking boots back on and are keen to welcome walkers back to their events!
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s programme of Health Walks has been re-launched in line with government guidelines to encourage people to get out and about and enjoy the natural beauty of the area, whilst staying fit and healthy.
Walks are short and over easy terrain and are open to everyone, but are especially aimed at those who are least active.
In Market Weighton there are a number of strolls from the Methodist Church.
The Weighton Walkers have also arranged a good range of Friday Walks from various location.
For more information about the Market Weighton based walks contact David Battams 07875 550413, Andrew F Barber 07843 784763 or visit www.weightonwalkers.org.
In Pocklington, there is also a variety of walks with some starting at East Riding Leisure Francis Scaife, Millington Wood and Nunburnholme.
For more information about these walks and the meeting points please contact Wendy 01759 305613, Sue 01430 871367 or Janet 07973 305666.
Anyone willing to give lifts or who needs a lift please contact walk leaders.
Councillor Kerri Harold, portfolio holder for Public Health and Tackling Inequalities, said: “Walking really is one of the most perfect forms of exercise there is – physically, it tones your body, strengthens your muscles and keeps your heart healthy.”
Call 07887 653489 or email [email protected] for more information.