WALKING THE WAY TO HEALTH is a scheme that aims to encourage people to take up walking as a way of improving physical health and mental well-being. Both 30 minute and hourly health walks will be setting off up to three times a month, from St Andrew Church in Paull led by volunteers from the community.
The Walking the Way to Health scheme, supported by the East Riding Council, is aimed at anyone who has an interest in walking or wants to slowly introduce exercise into their daily routine.
Walking can be the ‘perfect exercise’, requiring no equipment or expense, almost anyone can do it, it can be done anywhere at any time, it is the best way for people from all walks of life to become more active gradually.
If you want more information about Walking for Health in Paull then visit this Paull Village Hall website page.
NOTE: People in the local area who are interested in walking can become volunteer walk leaders with the Walking the Way to Health scheme. Call Stuart Claridge, East Riding Council, community development coordinator, on (01482) 392534 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.