May 2016 is National Walking Month and Epping Forest District Council’s Walking for Health Scheme, Lifewalks, are offering all new walkers the chance to enjoy five free walks in May with the launch of their new diary of walks. So why not sign up today?
There’s no doubt about it, walking is good for you. Great for your heart, your lungs, your muscles, bones and is excellent for your overall wellbeing!
‘Achieve your goals’
Older People’s Engagement Officer, Karen Murray said: “This scheme is for everyone, no matter your fitness levels or age. Lifewalks are short and range from 1.5 to 3 miles in distance and last from 20 – 60 minutes. They are always on good paths, so you don’t need any special clothes or shoes to take part. The walks are local and start from various locations in and around the Epping Forest district. If you want to improve your general health, improve fitness, walk for weight control, rehabilitate from a period of ill-health or even just to meet new people and discover our beautiful district, our friendly walk leaders and groups can help you achieve your goals – whilst you enjoy yourself! So why not take advantage of this special offer and sign yourself up for your first walk today!”
Options for joining
- Pay-as-you-walk – cost £2.00 per walk, all you need do is turn up
- Buy a Lifewalks Privilege Card – £28.50 for 6 months (entitles you to as many walks as you like)
- Annual Privilege Card – £55.00 for 12 months (entitles you to as many walks as you like)
- GP referral – a month of free walks
To order a Lifewalks diary by post, call Karen Murray on 01992 564222 or email email@example.com