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Walking for Health Today, 10.30am, The Green.
The Health Walk scheme has been running in Curry Rivel since the beginning of the year. The walk is about an hour, 2 — 3 miles, along quiet country lanes and across fields in the village.

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There are also Health Walk schemes in Langport and Somerton and a number of walkers join the different groups to walk in different areas.

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The aim of the Health Walking scheme is to encourage people back into regular exercise by introducing a gentle walking programme. Health Walks are ideally suited to people wishing to walk slightly farther than they currently do, or who simply wish to meet and walk with other people.
The Walks are free, and are led by Andrew Jordan. Starting on the Green at 10.30am, on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month,
Come prepared for the weather! Wear waterproofs, stout walking boots or shoes, warm clothes as necessary. Please don't bring dogs.
Contact Andrew Jordan 01458 250725

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If you have problems with your health, or if you've had them in the past, it can be hard to stay active. But walking could make all the difference. It's a low impact exercise, so it's easy for you to get involved — even if you're not feeling your best. In fact, walking could help you feel great again!
Joining one of our walks with a trained walk leader could help you feel more confident about taking those first steps to a more active lifestyle.

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