Cynthia Litchfield (Project Worker), Steve Litchfield (Facilitator of Friends for Life DEEP group), Ghazal Mazloumi (Project Development Worker) at our Nottingham DEEP Walking group, March 2020


walking groups

DEEP ‘virtual’ walking group

We're taking part in the #walk1000 miles group challenge, where we will be recording a combined mileage to reach as many miles as possible in 12 months.

We're being inspired by Country Walking Magazine and Virgin Pulse who are providing us with some fitness trackers for people living with dementia.

Please join us on a weekly Zoom meeting every Wednesday at 11am to share pictures and short videos of your walks. It is easy to join Zoom from your phone or computer.

Please contact us for more information: phone 0115 748 4220 or email [email protected]

We now have a Facebook page to share pictures of our walks and physical activities:

You can download Zoom for your mobile, tablet or computer here.

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Please fWalk 1000 Miles 2020 logoeel free to register your individual steps here to join the #Walk1000Miles initiative:

On Wednesdays, 11am to 12 noon, we have a Home Fitness Zoom meeting where group members are making films of photo montages of local walks set to music and sharing these. It is also a space where Nature lovers can share pictures and videos of nature when they go for a walk.

We publish the pictures and videos of Nature on our Facebook page and Twitter pages: and So, please feel free to send us pictures and videos of your walks to [email protected] and we publish them for you.

We talk about physical activities like gardening that we did during the week and try to stay connected and physically active. People living with dementia and their family members/supporters/friends/carers are welcome to join.

Please contact 0115 7484220 or email [email protected] to receive the Zoom link or the phone number & PIN to call into the meeting. You don’t need to have a computer to attend this meeting.


You are responsible for your own safety. Please wear weather-appropriate shoes and clothes and bring refreshments if you need. In case you need support, you are welcome to come with your family member, supporter or carer.

self-guided walks

For information on walking routes in Nottingham and how to access them please visit the Self-guided Walks section on Notts Guided Walks website.

The page includes how to access the route, a map, a video of the walk, and what interesting wildlife and vegetation to look out for.

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