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Gillingham Walkers

Walkers are Welcome has a long established walking group known as Gillingham Walkers. There are lots of benefits of walking as a group including meeting new people, having a good chat, discovering new areas of the town and above all having fun together. There is no charge or joining fee, you just need to complete a simple health questionnaire. The group was started in 2004 with initial support from North Dorset District Council and the North Dorset Primary Care Trust. Walking is free, fun and a great form of physical activity.

Monday Afternoon Weekly Walks
Barn Surgery 2.30 pm
The walks last up to an hour and the leaders will adjust the pace and distance to suit the group on the day. For a map of this walk please see http://www.threeriversgillingham.org/node/154. On the last Monday of the month we go to a coffee shop after the walk.

Saturday Monthly Walks
First Saturday of the month.
Walks from Gillingham of about 4 miles.

Walks are advertised in the Blackmore Vale Magazine's "What's On" column the day before and on the Gillingham Walkers website www.gillinghamwalkers.webs.com.

Trips
We also run occasional trips further afield. There is a charge to cover costs for these.

So if you are looking for a way to become more active why not give the Gillingham Walkers a go? It's easily accessible, free and fun.

Further information at http://gillinghamwalkers.webs.com or contact Anne Pace on 01747 825513.