Organised walks led by a qualified walk leader. We organise walks every week throughout the year come rain or shine.
All HealthWorks services have been adjusted to restrict the spread of Coronavirus.
Health walker stories
When I retired, I wanted to take up an activity which would give me regular exercise and enable me to meet new people. I had never tried organised walks before so joining a group and exploring the open spaces and woods in the area was a real joy as was the companionship of being with other walkers.
Walking is a great calorie burner. It is low intensity, low impact, sustainable and easy to do. All you need is a good pair of shoes, suitable clothing for the weather and enthusiasm! Come along and join in with this great form of exercise, which is healthy, fun and free.
Regular brisk walking can help prevent heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes. All walk leaders are volunteers who help us to help the local community to improve their health, fitness and wellbeing.
Coronavirus update: Health Walks are operating on social distancing only.
To join in
*these walks will have a separate slow walk option.
Each walk lasts approximately one hour with a distance of 2-3 miles.
|Day||Starting time||Meeting point|
|Monday||10am||Stoke Park Woods, Bishopstoke (car park) SO50 6BW|
|2pm||*Haskins Garden Centre, West End SO18 3HW|
|7pm||Stoke Park Woods (car park) SO50 6BW|
|Tuesday||2pm||*Chandler's Ford railway station (car park) SO53 2TA|
|Wednesday||10am||*Places Leisure Eastleigh SO50 9NL|
|2pm||The Botley Centre SO30 2ES|
|Thursday||9.30am||*Drummond Centre, Hedge End SO30 2AD|
|10am||*Chandler's Ford railway station (car park) SO53 2TA|
|Friday||9.30am||*Brookfield Road (car park), Fair Oak SO50 8EX|
|10am||*Hamble Sports Complex, Hamble-le-Rice SO31 4NE|