Get Active in the Forest
Get Active in The Forest is based at Rosliston Forestry Centre and is a way of being active, having fun and burning calories all at the same time.
Autumn and Winter Walks October 2013 to April 2014
A series of 18 guided walks exploring South Derbyshire starting Sunday 13th October at 10.00am with a 5 mile walk from Melbourne to Wilson and Breedon to celebrate the launch of Melbourne's Walkers are Welcome Town Accreditation. To find out more read on...
National Memorial Walk -Mondays 2.30pm. Free. Meeting at National Memorial Arbortetum
Calke Abbey - At 2pm every Monday (except 5th in the month). Meet in the main car park
Hilton - New Buggy Walk! 11:00am on Mondays. Meet at The Hilton Brook Pub.
Overseal - At 1:30pm on Tuesdays. Meeting place may vary.
Rosliston Pushchair Walk - At 10:30am on Tuesdays. Meet at Rosliston Forestry Centre.
COPD Walk - Meets at Heartwood Surgery 1.00pm - ideal for beginners or those with COPD
Swadlincote - At 10.00am on Wednesdays. Meet at Green Bank Leisure Centre.
Gresley - At 1pm on Wednesdays. Gresley Glade Health Centre, Glamorgan Way, Gresley.
Willington Marina - Thursdays at 1.30pm. Meet in the Marina car park.
Newhall - Every Thursday from 'The Old Post' Newhall, 2.00 pm for about 1hr +/-15min's. The route varies from 'pavement pounding' to off-road, depending on the general conditions at the time. If the conditions are good, walkers need to have good footwear to cope with off-road walking
Rosliston Strolling Strong - At 11:00am on Thursdays. Meet at Rosliston Forestry Centre. This walk includes a short exercise session. £1.50 per person
Overseal Pushchair Walk 12.30pm - free - meeting at Navigation Inn, Overseal 1 hour walk
Midway - At 2pm on Fridays. Meet at The Railway Inn.
These walks last between 45 - 60 minutes, and are suitable for all levels of ability and all ages. The Green Bank walk is especially suitable for anyone unused to physical activity.
There are also regular led walks for adults with learning difficulties and people with mental health problems.
For more information on walks in South Derbyshire read on....
Visit Healthier South Derbyshire website