The Eastbourne Seafront Health Walk has proved to be so popular it has now gone weekly.
Jennifer Deering, of The Conservation Volunteers, said: “When we launched the walk back in March we ran it twice a month but it has been so successful that we are now in a position to offer it every week.”
Health walks are free, one hour walks providing a convenient and regular way to get active, meet new people and explore your local area. By keeping our walks short, new walkers and those with long term health conditions can feel more confident getting started.
Jenny Deering added: “Regular walking is a wonderful form of natural exercise, which is simple but also very effective. In a short space of time walking can significantly improve your health, well-being and confidence.
“Our volunteer walk leaders help all sorts of people to enjoy our walks, providing support every step of the way and having a great deal of fun at the same time. Summer is a great time to enjoy the best of Eastbourne Seafront, so come along and join us on a Wednesday for a short walk, followed by a cuppa and a chat.
“We’ll be meeting every Wednesday at 10.30am, outside the Sovereign Centre. Please ensure you are wearing appropriate footwear and clothing for the weather conditions on the day.”
For more information about the East Sussex Health Walks, contact Jenny Deering on 07740 899559 or e-mail email@example.com.
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