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Wellbeing Walks

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Join one of our Wellbeing Walks today!

OneLife Suffolk’s Wellbeing walks are led by trained volunteers across the county, varying from countryside walks to urban walks. Every walk is graded from 1 to 5 based on difficulty, ensuring there is something for everyone.  

Our Wellbeing Walks are a great way of getting more active, meeting new people in your local area and taking care of your mental wellbeing.  

And what’s more, they’re FREE! You can view all of our upcoming walks here


The benefits of walking regularly

  • It improves your overall health and allows you to maintain a healthy weight
  • Improves your mood and sleep quality
  • Helps you to manage feelings of stress and anxiety
  • Meeting new people on our Health Walks can make you feel more connected and less isolated
  • Being close to nature and talking to others can have a positive impact on your mental wellbeing

When exercising outside, please make sure you follow the latest government guidance for your area: www.gov.uk/coronavirus


Join our Wellbeing Walks Facebook group!

The Wellbeing Walks Facebook group is a place for you to share your favourite walks in Suffolk, as well as how far you have walked and any photos you took on route. It is also a great way of staying motivated to get active, connect with fellow walkers, and you can discover new places to walk based on other people’s suggestions! 

You can join the group by clicking here: www.facebook.com/groups/wellbeingwalkssuffolk


OneLife Suffolk are a partner of Ramblers Wellbeing Walks

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks is a national initiative that aims to encourage people to walk regularly, highlighting how being active can have a positive impact on our mental health and wellbeing.

Wellbeing Walks aim to provide everyone with access to a short group walk within easy reach of where they live, allowing them to meet and connect with new people whilst getting more active. 

To find out more, go to : www.ramblers.org.uk/go-walking/get-healthy/walking-for-health.aspx