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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.

Wollaton ParkWalk 1000 Miles 2020 logo
Every Tuesday morning
From February 4th, 2020
From 12 midday to 1pm

Find out more by downloading the flyer (you may need to download Adobe Acrobat to read this pdf file).

Map of meeting point - next to red phone box

More details

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

For transport, they can come by bus number 30 to Wollaton Hall bus stop and then walk to the top of the road to the Red phone box near the car park and near the Industrial Museum.

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

This walk is for people living with dementia. But they are advised to bring a supporter or family member or carer if they need support. People are advised to come with appropriate clothing and shoes. Each person is responsible for their own safety.

This is part of our #Walk1000Miles activity. People are welcome to register their steps online here: https://bit.ly/2MizjWQ to join the activity

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

People 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 them up-to-date information about our walks.

Disclaimer

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