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People around Skegness are being encouraged to lace up their boots and explore its natural beauty on a new health walk.
The 60-minute group walk is free to join and will take place every Thursday at 11am outside the Storehouse, North Parade.
Together walkers will follow the coastline going past beautiful gardens, bowling greens and sand dunes, and the group caters for different abilities so everyone can enjoy it at their own pace. The first walk takes place on Thursday 21st February.
It’s being launched by Lincolnshire Co-op, which supports a network of more than 60 regular volunteer-run health walks across Lincolnshire. They come under the national Ramblers Walking for Health scheme.
Lincolnshire Co-op Community and Health Walks Co-ordinator Karen Doherty said: “We’re excited to be launching this new health walk in the seaside town of Skegness.
“Walking can benefit people in lots of ways and we see this in the health walks we support. Not only do they improve people’s physical wellbeing, they’re a chance to meet others and make long-lasting friendships.
“They’re also a great way to discover more about your local area and all the natural beauty it has to offer.”
Lincolnshire Co-op supports health walks in Lincoln, South Kesteven and East Lindsey and is working alongside existing co-ordinators in South Holland, North Kesteven and West Lindsey, along with community group Boston Health Walks.
Find your nearest health walk here.
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