Get Warrington Women Talking
Get Warrington Women Walking
We are excited to announce a new mental health initiative called Get Warrington’s Women Walking.
Thanks to funding from the National Lottery with Sport England and the support of Active Cheshire, we are about to launch a series of walks across Warrington with the aim of improving women’s mental health and wellbeing.
Walking is a great way to be active, to connect with others through conversations, to give a little time to others and to yourself, to take notice of nature and to learn about your local area – that’s all 5 Ways to Wellbeing in one!
Walks will be guided by trained walk leaders, all of whom are Get Warrington Talking Champions.
As we are keen for anyone to particate, there will be a range of walks on offer for differing needs and abilities. You may prefer a 30 minute stroll or a more energetic 90 minute walk!
Whatever your preference the aim is to encourage women to look after their mental health and feel good about themselves.
All you need to do is register for the walk, turn up and get walking and talking!
Here’s how to find out more:
Walking is an ideal activity to keep active, stay healthy, stay connected and reduce our chances of becoming unwell.
Walking can have a positive effect on our mood, our confidence, and can create opportunities to connect, to give and to learn from others.
Through Get Warrington Women Walking we aim to encourage women to look after their mental health and wellbeing and raise awareness of the mental health benefits of walking.
There will be a variety of different walks to suit different walking abilities with an emphasis on every women feeling welcome and included.
The Five Ways to Wellbeing are key to positive mental health and wellbeing. Walking is an ideal opportunity to learn, connect, give, be active and take notice of what’s around us.
Please download the dates for November and December here.
Get Warrington Women Walking dates Download
Get Warrington Women Talking – Supper Club
Connecting with other people is one of the 5 ways to wellbeing. Social relationships are really important for our mental health and wellbeing.
Join us for a free women’s supper club, connect with other’s and share your experiences.
Places are limited so please book a place
by calling 01925 246938 or
by emailing [email protected]
(please put Women’s Supper Club in the subject title).
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