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The old railway

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Stretton

Join us for an enjoyable wellbeing walk around the large village of Stretton on the outskirts of Burton upon Trent. There are lots of different routes and plenty to see including walking alongside the Trent & Mersey Canal where you can take in the pretty surroundings and wildlife or take a walk down the woodland pathway of the Tutbury Jinny Trail, which was once part of the old railway line for Burton and Tutbury. 

The walks are led by trained volunteer leaders and afterwards the group go for refreshments at the Anglesey Arms.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
Tutbury Jinnie Trail

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Rolleston on Dove

Join us for a walk through the picturesque village of Rolleston on Dove and take in the various sights from the Alder Brook stream to the surrounding countryside.  It’s also the home of the Jinny Nature Trail, a former railway line in a man-made valley which closed in 1968.  Since then it has been created into a rural walk, where you can still see parts of the old station.

We offer two walks, one shorter than the other, are led by our volunteer walk leaders and afterwards the groups meet up and enjoy refreshments at the Rolleston Club.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
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Tutbury

Join us on a walk through the village of Tutbury just 5 miles north of Burton upon Trent, surrounded by agricultural countryside and full of local history.  It hosts some fine Georgian, Regency buildings and Tutbury Castle can be seen in the distance sitting on wooded slopes. One of our walks takes you alongside the crystal clear River Dove where you can see wildlife and many different types of fish.

We offer two walks, one slightly shorter than the other and are led by our Volunteer Walks Leaders.

At the end of the walk the groups meet up at the local café in the High Street for a well-deserved brew.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
Beautiful woodlands

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Horninglow & Eton

Join us on our social wellbeing walk that runs through Shobnall, Horninglow and Eton districts of Burton upon Trent. Our walks vary from week to week and include the Kingfisher Trail that runs alongside the Trent & Mersey Canal where you can watch the narrow boats going through the locks and see the various wildlife. Another one of our many routes includes the views of the hills, the vast open green space at Shobnall Leisure Complex and an enchanting little woodland near Outwoods Park. The wellbeing walks are led by our trained volunteer walk leaders who are there to support and encourage you.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
Beautiful views

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Meadowside Leisure Centre

Join us for an enjoyable wellbeing walk starting from the Meadowside Leisure Centre, a perfect place to start as it is right next to The Trent Washlands and as the name suggests, lies on the floodplain of the River Trent and includes an interesting sculpture trail. There are plenty of different routes that we can choose from to keep the walks varied from week to week including the Centenary Woodland, Stapenhill Gardens, the Cherry Orchard and lots more. The wellbeing walks are led by our trained volunteer walk leaders who are there to support and encourage you. After the walk the group enjoy lunch at the Burton Library Café, optional.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
Evening Walk

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Stapenhill Hollows

Stapenhill Hollows evening walk is a great way to relax after a busy, stressful day.

We have a wide range of walks available (weather permitting) which include Stapenhill Gardens, the Ferry Bridge, Trent Washlands, Centenary Woodland, Leicester Line Bridge and many more.

One of the routes includes walking next to the River Trent into Stapenhill Gardens, where you can take in the sights of the beautiful floral planted displays, the local wildlife and also the Swan statue, which was built in 1953 and is known as an iconic landmark for residents and visitors to the town.

All walks are led by Volunteer Leaders and on the last Tuesday of the month we pop to the Elms for a cold drink and a chat.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
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Strelley Woodland and Countryside Walk

We explore a variety of routes from Strelley Village, which may take in the stones of The Monks Way, Strelley Hall, All Saints Church, Old Moor Wood, Shaws Plantation, Strelley Park Farm, Swingate Water Tower, Trowell Garden Centre, Broxtowe Country Park and Stonepit Plantation.
Parking/refreshments at The Broad Oak Public House.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
01h 40m
Pretty walk next to the River Trent

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Stapenhill Gardens (Leisurely)

Join us for a leisurely wellbeing walk starting at the Stapenhill Gardens Bandstand.  This is the perfect place to begin your walk as it offers such a lot of different circular routes including Stapenhill Hollows, Elms Woodlands, The Trent Washlands and lots more.  This walk is at a faster pace and includes inclines, uneven surfaces and occasionally can take up to 90 minutes to complete.  The walks are led by our Volunteer walk leaders and afterwards the groups meet up and pop over the road to the Stapenhill Institute for refreshments.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 30m
Our beautiful swan

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Stapenhill Gardens (Bench to Bench)

One of our walks is called “Bench to Bench, this is perfect for anyone who is wishing to get back into walking.  We start off at the Stapenhill Gardens Bandstand and then walk down an incline to the footpath passing the beautiful floral planted displays and the swan statue that has been a local landmark since 1953.  Continuing walking next to the River Trent we make our way to Stapenhill Hollows a large open green space with plenty of benches to sit and rest and take in the pretty surroundings.  All our walks are led by trained volunteer walk leaders and after they finish back at the Stapenhill Bandstand, the groups meet back up and pop over the road to the Stapenhill Institute for refreshments.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
The River Trent

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Stapenhill Bandstand (Easy)

Join us for an easy wellbeing walk starting at the Stapenhill Gardens Bandstand, where we have a wide range of walks available including Stapenhill Gardens, the Ferry Bridge, Trent Washlands, Centenary Woodland, Leicester Line Bridge and many more. One of the routes includes walking next to the River Trent into Stapenhill Gardens where you can take in the sights of the beautiful floral planted displays, the local wildlife and also the swan statue which was built in 1953 and is known as an iconic landmark for residents and visitors to the town. All walks are led by Volunteer Leaders and after they finish the group go over the road for refreshments at the Stapenhill Institute.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
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Wollaton Park Walk

A number of pleasant walking routes in Wollaton Park, with it's 16th Century Hall, Lake and Deer Park. Often off footpaths so uneven ground and some inclines, sensible shoes are essential. If you wish to join the group for coffee, either bring a flask or buy one from the cafe.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
01h 00m
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Nuthall Railway Walk

Part of the old Great Northern Line, this is a new footpath which passes fields of Barley, Rapeseed and Corn. We stop halfway for a coffee at The Three Ponds Public House at Nuthall.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
02h 00m
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Bulwell Bogs Riverside Walk

A flat walk with benches at intervals and lots of interesting wildlife can be found along the way. (Duration 45 - 60 minutes with a 30 minute short walk option.)

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
00h 50m
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Forest Recreation Ground Walk (Longer Walk)

This walk further explores different routes around and between the Forest Recreation Ground and the Arboretum.

The walk follows established pathways and offers extensive views of the city within lovely, wooded areas.

The walking time is typically between 30 and 90 minutes with opportunities to rest and enjoy the views of the city as well as a café stop.

Meeting place: Forest Tram Stop

Time: 10:15 am

Grade: Easy to moderate

Walk length: 1 - 3 miles

Duration: 30-90 minutes

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
01h 00m
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Forest Recreation Ground (Short)

This walk is a gentle introduction for anyone who wants to start walking and is designed for all levels of mobility. It is a short walk on established pathways within ‘The Forest’. The walking time is typically between 10 and 30 minutes with opportunities to rest and enjoy the views of the city as well as a café stop.

Meeting place: Forest Tram Stop

Time: 10:15am

Getting there: By bus - Turquoise 80 (Claypole Rd stop). By Tram - NET Tram (Forest Tram Stop). Parking - on street - Do not use Forest Ground Park and Ride.

Grade: Starter

Walk length: 0.3 - 1 mile

Duration: 40-60 minutes

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
00h 20m
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Bestwood Walk

We explore a variety of walks in the Bestwood area, which may include Bulwell Forest, Southglade Park and The Linear Walk Way alongside Hucknall Road, following the route of an old railway line.
(Not all walks include a refreshment stop.)

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
01h 00m
Walkers on a path in Meadow Park

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East Leake, Meadow Park Wellbeing Walk

This gentle walk lasting about 30 minutes is on maintained paths in the park but may be muddy in parts in wet weather. Walk may not take place in snow, ice or heavy rain.

For more information contact Anne 07913 328971

Refreshments are available at the three village centre cafes on Gotham Road.

Registered Assistance Dogs only please

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Rushcliffe
Duration:
00h 30m
View across the lake at Rushcliffe Country Park

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Ruddington, Rushcliffe Country Park Wellbeing Walk

Wellbeing Walk walk every Wednesday at 10.30am at this popular country park.

Meet on the path by the lake approximately fifty metres to the left of the Visitors Centre/Meeting Room.

Route varies from week to week around the park, usually no longer than 2 miles with shorter options to suit all abilities. Walk leaders will vary the route to suit walkers' abilities.

Registered Assistance Dogs only please

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Rushcliffe
Duration:
01h 00m
View across the lake at Rushcliffe Country Park

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Ruddington, Rushcliffe Country Park Wellbeing Walk

Wellbeing Walk walk every Wednesday at 10.30am at this popular country park.

Meet on the path by the lake approximately fifty metres to the left of the Visitors Centre/Meeting Room.

Route varies from week to week around the park, usually no longer than 2 miles with shorter options to suit all abilities. Walk leaders will vary the route to suit walkers' abilities.

Registered Assistance Dogs only please

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Rushcliffe
Duration:
01h 00m
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Victoria Embankment Walk

A steady walk along the beautiful tree lined Embankment; We may include a visit to The Memorial Gardens or Wilford Village. Those wishing to do a shorter walk (20 minutes) can leave or join the walk when we reach the Tram Line at Wilford Bridge. (Duration 60 - 90 minutes with a short walk option)

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
01h 15m
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Woodthorpe Grange Park Walk.

The Grange is a 19th century Grade II Listed manor which sits amidst a mix of landscape, including formal gardens. There is also an innovative train sculpture and sunken garden with water feature.
This is a friendly walking group that always welcomes new walkers to join them for a walk. They often stop for coffee and a chat along the way.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
00h 45m
View of a path and regatta course at the watersports centre

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West Bridgford, Lady Bay Poppy and Pint Wellbeing Walk

Every Tuesday 11.00-12.30, from Poppy & Pint Pub in Lady Bay. Walk around The Hook, along River Trent to Holme Pierrepoint watersports centre and back through Lady Bay. Walks last up to 90 minutes depending on walkers' ability and levels of fitness. Options of shorter walks.

Meet on the pub car park, near the tennis courts, ready to start at 11.00. Walkers sometimes stay at the Poppy & Pint café for coffee and a chat after the walk.

Registered Assistance Dogs only please

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Rushcliffe
Duration:
01h 30m
Beautiful scenery

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Barton under Needwood

Join us for a walk around the large village of Barton under Needwood, Staffordshire. Barton’s wellbeing walks offer a variety of different routes, one being the Barton Marina Complex on the Trent & Mersey Canal. This is an enjoyable walk around the marina that takes in the sights of the many narrowboats, various wildlife and the local countryside which is right on our doorstep. We offer two walks to the group, so they can choose an easy or leisurely one. All of our walks are led by Volunteer Leaders and afterwards the groups meet up and enjoy refreshments at the Marina Café.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
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Arnot Hill Gentle Walk and Talk

Walking is a great way to be more active, increase strength and stability and to make new friends.

This walk is aimed at people who are wanting to become more mobile or has a long term health condition and would like to meet new friends.

It is a gentle walk around the park on established pathways.  Followed by coffee and a chat at a local cafe.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
00h 30m
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Mapperley Top Wellbeing Walk

We would love you to join us for a walk around Mapperley. We meet at the benches on the paved area outside the shops on Mapperley Top, near the Oxfam and Headway charity shops, Birds and Alf & co.   We are a very social group and you will be made most welcome.   Being Mapperley there are some hills but we take breaks when necessary and everyone always get round.  There is plenty of free two hour parking and lots of buses that stop near the meeting point  (the closest bus stop is called 'Mapperley Shops'.)   Whilst most of the walks take place on the pavement we do visit green areas such as Woodthorpe Grange Park and Digby Arboretum with some off-road parts so please wear appropriate footwear.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Get Going in Gedling
Duration:
01h 00m
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Carlton Hill Walk

A short walk around the recreation ground and then to The Hope Community Hub for refreshments.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
00h 30m
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Carlton Hill Walk

A short walk around the recreation ground and then to The Hope Community Hub for refreshments.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
00h 30m
Trees

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Uttoxeter

Uttoxeter is a popular and growing town that is surrounded by agricultural countryside, historical landmarks and plenty of open green spaces.   We are excited to introduce Uttoxeter to our established Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire programme, offering free weekly walks throughout the year rain or shine.  

With this being a new walk to the area, it will give us the opportunity to find new routes together with the help of the local community.

 

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks East Staffordshire
Duration:
01h 00m
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Sutton Lawns Gentle Walk and Talk

Walking is a great way to be more active, increase strength and stability, and make new friends.

This walk is aimed at people who want to become more mobile or have a long-term health condition and would like to meet new friends.

 

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Age UK Nottingham
Duration:
00h 30m
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Gedling Country Park Wellbeing Walk

Join us for a walk around Gedling Country Park. Join us for a walk around our wonderful Gedling Country Park, which is a local nature reserve.  We enjoy watching the natural surroundings change through the seasons and spot lots of wildlife including the swans with cygnets, sky larks and buzzards.  We meet at the benches and notice board between the car park (off Spring Lane) and the cafe/toilets.  There are some hills but we take breaks when necessary and everyone always get round.  Whilst most of the park has good paths there are areas that get muddy during the winter months so please wear appropriate footwear.

Group:
Ramblers Wellbeing Walks Get Going in Gedling
Duration:
00h 45m

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