Weymouth Health Walks – New Longer Walk
A new, longer free health walk will be taking place on Tuesday 25th January. The walk will begin at 1.30pm, meeting near the the go-karts entrance at the rear of Lodmoor Country Park (DT4 7SX).
The walk will include paths through the park and RSPB reserve, so please be prepared for muddy sections! The route will be up to four miles and take approximately 80-90 minutes, depending on the pace of the walkers on the day.
Please be aware that this walk is much longer and of a quicker pace than our regular walks, so will not be suitable for all abilities.
Regular free local health walks
Regular free health walks are held in various locations in the local area. The route taken on the day is agreed at the beginning of the walk and is dependent on the ability and preference of those attending. All abilities are welcome and the walk can stretch out to different paces. There is no pressure and no one is ever left behind as the pace of the walk is dictated by the rear walker. Our walks last approximately 45 minutes.
Timetable of walks
|Meeting Place||Type of Walk||Day||Time|
|Meet at Easton Square Gardens, Portland||A nice gentle walk around the area for about 40 minutes||Monday||10.30am|
|Meet between the Jubilee Clock and Prom Cafe at the advertising drum, Weymouth||We walk along the Promenade towards Greenhill Gardens (where there is an incline into the gardens) or the Stone Pier and return to the beginning.||Thursday||10.30am|
|To the right of the entrance to the Swannery car park, Weymouth||We walk either through Radipole Gardens, around the Radipole Lake Nature Reserve (which involves gravel pathways) or the inner Harbour.||Friday||10.30am|
If you are a new walker to the health walk scheme, we ask that you complete an annual Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire on arrival. Please allow an extra ten minutes to complete the form. We ask you to complete this once a year or if your health condition changes.
For more information on any of the walks, please contact Helen Legg by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 01305 239314 or 01305 239839 between 9-3 Monday to Friday.