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


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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 who have donated walking trackers and Virgin Pulse who are providing us with some fitness trackers for people living with dementia.

In order to stay safe, we have cancelled our Tuesday’s walking activity with people living with dementia in Wollaton Park, Nottingham until further notice.

Please feel free to register your individual steps here to join the #Walk1000Miles initiative.

Please follow us on Twitter: @TrentDementia and @deep_notts to see when we are going to resume our walks

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more details

This walking group activity in Wollaton Park, Nottingham is part of our #Walk1000Miles initiative. You are welcome to register your steps individually or in groups online: visit to join this initiative.

To come to Wollaton Park by public transport, you can take bus number 30 to Wollaton Hall bus stop and then walk to the top of the road to the Red phone box. It is next to the top car park and near the Industrial Museum.

We can have tea/coffee with those interested after our walk around the Lake and have a chat.

Unfortunately, we cannot pay for refreshments or transport at this stage. But you are welcome to bring your own refreshments.

This group walk is for people living with dementia. But you are advised to bring a supporter or a family member or a carer if you think you might need support.

You are also advised to come with appropriate clothing and shoes. Everyone is responsible for their own safety.

If a Tuesday is cancelled, then we will notify you through our Twitter pages: @TrentDementia and @deep_notts. So, we advise you to follow us on Twitter to stay up-to-date about our walks.

You are also welcome to contact us through phone 0115 7484 220 or email [email protected] for more information and ask to go on our mailing list so that we can email you up-to-date information about our walks.


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.

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