We coordinate and support over 78 volunteer-led walks across Lincolnshire and Newark, that all come under the national Ramblers Wellbeing Walks scheme.
Our goal is that everyone should have access to a friendly short group walk, within easy reach of where they live, to help them become and stay active.
What is a Wellbeing Walk?
Wellbeing Walks are short walks, run by friendly, specially trained volunteer walk leaders, who are on hand to provide encouragement and support. All walks are free of charge and are open to everyone – you don’t need to preregister, just come along and join us. The routes start and finish at the same location as advertised, and last between 30 and 90 minutes. Don’t worry about your fitness level - walks are over easy terrain and at a steady pace to suit everyone (please note we're unable to provide 1 - 2 -1 support).
The walks can really help to boost your fitness and wellbeing. Almost all of us can manage a stroll, but our walks make it easier to start walking and stay active. It’s almost impossible not to feel good when walking outdoors – it’s a natural mood-booster, and you’ll certainly never be short of good company!
☕ Our walks are very sociable and most are followed by a chat and a cup of tea in a nearby café.
Find your local walks below:
- East Lindsey Wellbeing Walks
- Lincoln and Surrounding Areas Wellbeing Walks
and Sherwood Wellbeing Walks
- North Kesteven Wellbeing Walks
- South Holland Wellbeing Walks
- South Kesteven Wellbeing Walks
- West Lindsey Wellbeing Walks
- North East Lincs Wellbeing Walks
If you have any questions about our Wellbeing Walks, check out our FAQs here.
If you'd like any further information on our walks please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone 01522 544 632.
Benefits of walking:
Walking is a great way to improve your wellbeing, attending regular walks can:
👣 Help lower blood pressure
👣 Help weight management
👣 Help you meet new people
👣 Help improve mental health
👣 Boost your immune system
👣 Improve your sleep
👣 Improve performance of heart and lungs.