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Brixham Bay Walks

Brixham Bay Walks are organised and lead by a group of local volunteers.  The walk takes place every Monday morning unless it is Christmas Day.  Come and join us for a friendly walk round beautiful Berry Head.  All the walk leaders are trained and supported by the Ramblers.  We have two alternative routes, the main one follows the South West Coast Path from the start point to Berry Head the alternative route uses a mainly flat path out to the headland avoiding the stiles.  Two options are available for refreshments The Berry Head Hotel or the Guardhouse Cafe.  We recommend sturdy footwear as the path can be muddy when wet.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
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01h 00m
The Big Tree

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Big Tree - Goodrington

Join us for a friendly walk from the Big Tree (junction of Fisher Street and Dartmouth Road TQ4 5HN) along to the lovely Goodrignton beach where we stop for a chat and refreshments whilst looking out for the steam train and watching the waves.

Contact the Walk Leaders Jean on 01803 529678 or Ann on 01803 521354 if you wish.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Torbay
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01h 00m
Paignton Library

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Paignton Library - Preston seafront

Join our friendly walk from Paignton library to Preston seafront, everyone is welcome.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Torbay
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01h 00m
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Winner Street Walkers

I would rather walk with friends than walk alone Join the Winner Street Walkers on Friday mornings from Gaia Coffee. Meet new people, enjoy the local area, walk back to health and improve your fitness.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Torbay
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01h 00m
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Dartmouth Walk and Talk Thursdays

Come and join us on a Thursday for a friendly sociable walk!

We are an informal walking group based in Dartmouth. Anyone is very welcome to join our walks, but you do so entirely at your own risk. Listed walks may be changed or cancelled at short notice, for example should inclement weather make walking conditions unsuitable or hazardous. There is no charge for attending these walks, all we ask is that you bring enough money to join us for refreshments at the end if you would like to; and for the ferry where indicated in the ‘Location’ column with (£).

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
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01h 30m
Gardens

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Oldway Mansion, Paignton

Join us at the front of Oldway Mansion for a walk along to the seafront and admire Parkfield Gardens.
We are a friendly group who welcomes everyone, we enjoy a stop for a chat and refreshment for those who want to.

 

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Torbay
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01h 00m
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Men's wellbeing walk Paignton

Our new weekly Men's Wellbeing Walk is friendly and inclusive and specifically aimed at men to help support their mental health and wellbeing.

This group will allow men to come along and feel the benefit of getting out in the fresh air, connect with others and enjoy the positive effect that spending time outside in our wonderful environment can have. Increasing our activity levels and connection with others can be a key strategy in lifting mood and reducing anxiety, and joining a walking group is a great way to start, one step at a time!

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
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01h 00m
a group of wellbeing walkers on the cliffs above torbay

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Torbay

Join Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Torbay for short, local and accessible walks to help you get more active.
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Totnes Walk and Talk Wednesday

Totnes Walk & Talk Wednesdays (30-60 minutes). Please see our printed leaflets for details of the walks. The leaflets can be found at various locations in Totnes (Surgeries, Library, Tourist Information etc) or by e mailing Barbara at berp8888@gmail.com

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
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01h 00m
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Totnes Walking and Talk Mondays grade 2 or 3

Totnes Walk & Talk Mondays (60-90 minutes) Please see our printed leaflets for details of the walks. The leaflets can be found at various locations in Totnes (Surgeries, Library, Tourist Information etc) or by e mailing Barbara at berp8888@gmail.com. We look forward to meeting you .

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
Duration:
01h 30m
Woodland Path Oakland Woods Dawlish

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Newton Abbot Tuesdays Grade 3 rover

Regular friendly group walks often with a cuppa at some point, are at the heart of Walk This Way Wellbeing Walks. This Grade 3 weekly social walk take place in Teignbridge local district areas, often taking in open spaces, parks, woodlands, and nature reserves. Contact Chrystal for the programme 07888844164.  Grade 3 walks are more demanding and longer duration of up to 90 minutes walking, could be on uneven ground and include inclines, steps or stiles. Walks often last longer with pauses to take in the scenery, flora & fauna or simply rest for a moment. Please arrive approximately 10 minutes ahead of walk start times especially if you are a new walker to the group. We recommend wearing sturdy comfortable footwear. A Walker 'sign-up' form be completed before taking part in the walks, either in advance or at your first walk. We suggest walkers carry an ICE card (In Case of Emergency) with information to include your name, your emergency contact name, & their contact number, and any of your medical conditions you wish to share. We provide you with one of these to complete. A register is taken before each walk begins. For further information and forms please contact Chrystal 07888844164 or Chrissie Drew, Green Spaces Projects Officer chrissie.drew@teignbridge.gov.uk or call 01626 215751.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Teignbridge
Duration:
01h 30m
wellbeing walkers walking across a lush green field

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Teignbridge

Join Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Teignbridge for short, local and accessible walks to help you get more active.
Teignmouth beach walkers

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Teignmouth Wednesdays Grade 2- 3 walks

Our weekly Wednesday walk place in and around the coastline of Teignmouth. The walks take between 60 to 90 minutes with time to pause to take in the scenery, flora & fauna, local history or to simply rest for a moment. Sometimes walks are led further afield, with advance group discussion & notice. Regular friendly group walks usually with a cuppa at some point, are at the heart of Walk This Way Wellbeing Walks. Our social walks take place in Teignbridge local district areas, often taking in open spaces, parks, woodlands, and nature reserves. We have three levels of walks to choose from depending on how you feel and your ability. Grade 1 walks are suitable for most abilities. Grade 2 are slightly longer duration and can include some uneven ground and inclines. Grade 3 walks are more demanding and longer duration of up to 90 minutes walking, on uneven ground and include inclines. Please arrive approximately 10 minutes ahead of walk start times especially if you are a new walker to the group. We recommend wearing sturdy comfortable footwear. A Walker Registration Form will need to be completed before taking part in the walks, either in advance or at your first walk. We suggest walkers carry an ICE card (In Case of Emergency) with information to include your name, your emergency contact name, & their contact number, and any of your medical conditions you wish to share. We provide you with one of these to complete. A register is taken before each walk begins. For further information and forms please contact Chrissie Drew, Green Spaces Projects Officer chrissie.drew@teignbridge.gov.uk or call 01626 215751.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Teignbridge
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01h 30m
Group of walkers in Dawlish

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Dawlish Monday Walks. Grade 1, Grade 2 and Grade 3

Our Dawlish walks are some of the most established walks in the area and offer three grades of intensity and duration to suit most people, taking from 40 to 90 minutes approximately for each walk grade. All groups meet at the same place so you can decide on the day which grade you feel up to. Walks are very sociable and take place in and around the beautiful coastal town and seaside resort of Dawlish. They may also include local parks, woodlands, and nature reserves. There are pauses along the way to take in the scenery, flora & fauna, learn about local history, or to simply rest for a moment. Our regular friendly group walks, often with a cuppa at some point, are at the heart of Walk This Way Wellbeing Walks. Teignbridge Wellbeing Walks have three grades of walks to choose from depending on how you feel and your ability. Grade 1 walks are suitable for most abilities. Please arrive approximately 10 minutes ahead of walk start times especially if you are a new walker to the group. We recommend wearing sturdy comfortable footwear. A Walker 'sign-up' can be completed before taking part in the walks, either in advance or at your first walk. We suggest walkers carry an ICE card (In Case of Emergency) with information to include your name, your emergency contact name & their contact number. Meet at the Piazza on the Green at 10.15am , close to the (now closed) Tourist Information Centre. EX7 9PW. Parking (charges) and public toilets nearby.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Teignbridge
Duration:
01h 30m
Black swan and cygnet in Dawlish Water

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Dawlish Wednesday Walks Grade 1 up to 30 minutes, Grade 2 up to 60 minutes, Grade 3 up to 90 minutes

Taking place in and around the delightful resort of Dawlish we have 3 grades of walk going out each week from the same place at the same time. Our Dawlish walk group are one of the longest established groups in the Teignbridge wellbeing walks with a number of volunteer walk leaders who rotate leading the walks of various routes. Some walk are further afield - with plenty of notice for those who wish to take part . Regular friendly group walks usually with a cuppa at some point, are at the heart of Walk This Way Wellbeing Walks. Our social walks take place in Teignbridge local district areas, often taking in open spaces, parks, woodlands, and nature reserves. We have three  walks to choose from depending on how you feel and your ability. Grade 1 walks are suitable for most abilities. Grade 2 are slightly longer duration and can include some uneven ground and inclines. Grade 3 walks are more demanding and longer duration of up to 90 minutes walking, on uneven ground and include inclines. Walks often last longer with pauses to take in the scenery, flora & fauna, or to simply rest for a moment. Please arrive approximately 10 minutes ahead of walk start times especially if you are a new walker to the group. We recommend wearing sturdy comfortable footwear. A new walker 'sign-up' form can be completed before taking part in the walks, either in advance or at your first walk. We suggest walkers carry an ICE card (In Case of Emergency) with information to include your name, your emergency contact name, & their contact number, and any of your medical conditions you wish to share. We provide you with one of these to complete. A register is taken before each walk begins. For further information and forms please contact Chrissie Drew, Green Spaces Projects Officer chrissie.drew@teignbridge.gov.uk or call 01626 215751.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Teignbridge
Duration:
01h 30m
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Kingsbridge Walk ad Talk, Grade 2

The old style (Grade 2) Monday walks meet in the Town Square
Most of our walks involve using local buses in order to add variety to our walks and to enable us to sometimes do linear walks.
So starting times vary according to the bus route used but are between 09.30 and 10.15.
Monthly programme's are available in the Kingsbridge Information Centre on the Town Square or by email from chris@barnwell.eclipse.co.uk

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
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01h 00m
Kingsbridge

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Kingsbridge walk and Talk, Grade 3

Meet at the bandstand on the Quay in Kingsbridge for 1325
This walk is for people who have undertaken the old style Walking for Health grade 3 walk) and are now looking to take their next steps.

These walks are 90 minutes in duration, cover 4 to 5 miles and are likely to include slopes, steps, stiles and uneven surfaces.
Stops for rest and drinks usually add up to about another 30 minutes, while travelling to and from the start and finish of a walk can occupy anything up to an hour in total (usually 30-40 minutes).
We leave from Quay House at 1330 and are normally back in Kingsbridge by 1630. Contact Tony Watson, 07831 692652 for more information

Monthly programme's are available in the Kingsbridge Information Centre on the Town Square.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
Duration:
01h 30m
Kingsbridge

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Kingsbridge Walk & Talk, grade 1

Meet at The Bandstand on the Quay in Kingsbridge, every Wednesday at 10:00am. The walk stops at a point of local interest with some local history and optional refreshments stop around 10:45am (Purchased at your own cost). This walk is suitable for people who have not walked much before, are looking to be more active, or are returning from injury or illness. They are up to 30 minutes on flat ground or gentle slopes with mainly firm surfaces and accessible to pushchairs and wheelchairs. Learn a bit more about our town’s history, mysteries, gardens and wildlife, and enjoy a chat with our free led group walk. This old style (grade 1) walk is suitable for those wanting a gentle, interesting walk with company and those who do little or no exercise and want to take the first steps to becoming active. If you have any questions about the walk, please contact Chris Barnwell 07903428271 - chris@barnwell.eclipse.co.uk

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
Duration:
00h 30m
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South Brent

Come and join us for a romp around the beautiful countryside of South Brent! We are a very friendly group who love to walk and talk and stop to take in the view now and again. We look forward to welcoming you on our wellbeing walk. Optional refreshments afterwards in the Station House.

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon
Duration:
01h 30m
wellbeing walkers walking across a lush green field

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Devon

Join Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Devon for short, local and accessible walks to help you get more active.
wellbeing walkers going across a field

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Westbank

Join Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Westbank for short, local and accessible walks to help you get more active.
walkers on a park path near a picnic bench

Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon

Join Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Devon for short, local and accessible walks to help you get more active.