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Walking is one of the easiest ways to become more physically active. We know that physical activity is good for people living with cancer. So we’ve teamed up with the Ramblers to run Walking for Health – a network of organised walks across England.
Cheryl, my walk leader, encouraged me to walk, which greatly improved my mindset and fitness when I was recovering from cancer. Catherine, walker
Cheryl, my walk leader, encouraged me to walk, which greatly improved my mindset and fitness when I was recovering from cancer.
Walking for Health is England’s largest network of health walk schemes, helping all kinds of people to lead a more active lifestyle.
Working with the Ramblers has given us a great chance to share our walking and health expertise. This means we can help 600 schemes to offer short, free, local health walks in communities across England.
Walking as part of a small group is a good way to get started and keep motivated. You’ll make friends, encourage each other and discover new walks near to you.
You can expect:
To learn more or find your nearest walk just visit Walking for Health|.
Content last reviewed: 20 March 2013
Next planned review: 2015
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