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New health walk comes to Lincoln

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A new health walk has been set up in the centre of Lincoln. The walk which starts and finishes at the Alive Church on Newland takes place every Thursday at 10.30am and lasts approximately one hour.

The free walk can help boost fitness and wellbeing, however walkers can gain so much more - learning about the local Lincoln area, meeting new friends and improving mental wellbeing.

The walk is led by friendly, specially trained volunteers who are on hand to provide encouragement and support.

Lincolnshire Co-op’s Health and Community Co-ordinator Karen Doherty, said: “We’re excited to bring our health walk to the city of Lincoln.

"They’ve proved successful across the county and it gives people in the city the opportunity to take an hour out of their day to relax and improve their health.”

Lincolnshire Co-op supports a network of more than 60 regular, volunteer-run health walks across Lincolnshire’s seven districts. They all come under the national Ramblers Walking for Health scheme. You can find out more here.

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