People learning Nordic Walking

Exe Nordic Walking

CANCELLED: Nordic walking for beginners

Location: Mincinglake Valley Park , Calthorpe Road , Exeter, Devon
This event is now cancelled. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Event details

Meeting point

Car park off Calthorpe Road

Date

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Time
2 - 3pm
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About the event

Are you looking for a way to get more active? This course is designed for people over 55 who are currently inactive.

An opportunity to enjoy being physically active in a small group and make friends in your local green space.

This is part of the Connecting Actively to Nature project.

About the event

These sessions are designed to suit the ability of someone taking their first footsteps into activity and would like to take part in sociable exercise in nature.

The sessions will run on Thursday afternoons 2 - 3pm Starting Thurs 19 March for six weeks. You need to be able to attend all six sessions. The sessions are run by Sue from Exe Nordic Walking. Jasmine from Devon Wildlife Trust will attend two sessions to introduce the park and the wildlife that has made it's home here.

If you would like to find out more or book please contact Jasmine on 01392 260838 or jatkinson@devonwildlifetrust.org and she will get back to you.

If you would like to learn more about Nordic Walking please visit the Exe Nordic Walking website: exenordicwalking.co.uk

The sessions will take place at Mincinglake valley park! Meet at the car park off Calthorpe Road.

The start of this walk can be reached by public transport (The 2B, 972, 985, B, E, F1 and F2 stop here), for more information visit: www.stagecoachbus.com or t: 01392 427711

Booking

Phone number

01392 260838

Suggested donation

A donation of £2 per session is gratefully received, this helps us cover our costs.

Additional booking information

Please contact Jasmine to book

Suitable for

Adults, Beginners

Know before you go

Dogs

No dogs permitted

Wheelchair access

No

What to bring

You must wear sturdy footwear as paths can be muddy. We recommend you bring a waterproof layer and warm clothes.

Parking information

There is a car park at the Calthorpe Rd entrance

Contact us

Jasmine Atkinson
Contact number: 01392 260838

What to bring?

Please wear sensible, sturdy footwear, some of the walks will be off paths and the ground may be muddy. We advise you bring layers in case it gets cold. For more information please ring Jasmine on 01392 260838 (Wed-Fri) or email jatkinson@devonwildlifetrust.org  

Who will be leading the sessions?

Sue from Exe Nordic Walking will be leading the session. For more information about Sue please visit: exenordicwalking.co.uk/meet-sue/ Devon Wildlife Trust's Jasmine Atkinson will attend 2 sessions to introduce the park and the wildlife that lives here.

Connecting Actively to Nature (CAN)

These sessions are part of the Connecting Actively to Nature project.

This flagship initiative from the Devon Local Nature Partnership is tackling inactivity amongst people over the age of 55 in Devon. Working wide range of local health, conservation, wildlife and activity partners the programme, entitled Connecting Actively to Nature (CAN) will help people to develop the confidence to enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings on their doorstep.

(CAN) is funded by Sport England through Lottery sales and is tackling the growing problem of activity drop-off in the crucial retirement transition period and beyond. As an active CAN partner we will be setting up and running some exciting local activities that tackle social isolation and help people to get active in inclusive, supportive surroundings. Helping people to come along and get the most out of these activities will be our special CAN volunteers and we’re actively recruiting right now. There are lots of practical training sessions on offer and a really supportive community of over 350 other CAN volunteers. Would you like to join us? We’d like to hear from you if you think you have something to offer. For more information go to our volunteering page

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