Cheshire West and chester Council are running their Health and Wellbeing week form 22 – 28 January 2024.
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New weekly Wellbeing Walk starts in Neston
A new weekly Wellbeing Walk is starting in Neston this month. The Neston walk is being launched as part of the Library Services Health & Wellbeing week on Tuesday 23 January starting at 1pm. The meeting point is the entrance to Neston Library.
The circular walk is approximately 45 minutes starting and finishing at Neston Library, it includes a section of the Wirral Way, takes in views over the River Dee, as well as using local footpaths. There will be the opportunity for rest stops at Parkgate.
The walk is free, walkers need to wear suitable shoes and clothing for the activity and time of year. Hot drinks will be available after the walk courtesy of the Library’s Warm Welcoming Spaces initiative.
Councillor Lisa Denson, Cabinet Member for A Fairer Future (Poverty, Public Health and Mental Health) said: “Wellbeing Walks are short social walks. Health walks are ideal for anyone wanting to improve their general health and wellbeing, meet new people as well as an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors on your doorstep.
“This new Neston walk is part of our successful partnership with the Ramblers – Wellbeing Walk Programme. Visit their website and join for free to access all the future walks.”
For more information on this walk and others running across the borough, check the ramblers website: https://www.ramblers.org.uk/go-walking/wellbeing-walks/neston-wellbeing-walk or email: firstname.lastname@example.org