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OneLife Suffolk offer over 200 free, volunteer-led Health Walks across all of Suffolk

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Health Walks update:

The UK government roadmap for lifting lockdown means people in England can participate in organised sport or physical activity from 29th March and are exempt from legal gathering limits. You can read the Ramblers Association’s advice in full HERE.

OneLife Suffolk’s Health Walks will restart from Monday 12th April. Booking is essential.

Government guidance states that you must continue  to stay local and avoid non-essential travel.

Walking with family and friends: You can walk outdoors by yourself, with members of your household or support bubble, or with one other person. From Monday 29 March, two households, or groups of up to six, will be able to get together for informal walks. Read the government guidance HERE.

More information and advice can be found at: Coronavirus advice – Ramblers

Join our Health Walks Facebook group!

The Health 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 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/healthwalkssuffolk

Or you can email your photos and favourite routes to HealthWalks@onelifesuffolk.co.uk

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

If you’re walking alone or with friends and family:

Be prepared:

Government guidelines are changing regularly so make sure you know where you can walk before making the trip.

Be safe:

Maintain good hygiene and physical distancing. If you begin to show COVID-19 symptoms or have been in contact with anyone who has COVID-19, you must self-isolate.

Be considerate:

Be sensitive to rural communities if considering travelling further from home to walk. Make sure to follow the Countryside Code COVID-19 version (England and Wales)

Join our Walk and Talk Campaign

Walking is not only good for your physical health, but it can also reduce stress and feelings of isolation.

Maybe you have a neighbour who is living alone who would appreciate some company? Perhaps you and your household would benefit from some time outside?

If you do go for a walk, be sure to take a photo and send it to us! 

Below is our video about our walk and talk campaign with subtitles.


We will keep you updated with the latest information the ramblers association response to the Covid-19 virus


The best way to contact us is to first check our website for information.
If you have any questions, please get in touch via healthwalks@onelifesuffolk.co.uk.

How to stay active while you are at home

Sport England have provided some useful ideas about how to stay active if you are at home. They can be accessed from their website on https://www.sportengland.org/news/how-stay-active-while-youre-home

Thank you for your understanding and support – this is an unusual time for us all.

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