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Archie Boyd began walking with Walking for Wellbeing in 2003. Here he testifies how the group helped him through a very difficult period in his life.
Since retiring, Bert Hannah has walked his way back to better health.
Carol Owen, Volunteer Walk Leader with Put Your West Foot Forward Project won a '
Chris Campbell has always been a keen walker and was a member of Blairgowrie hill walking group.
Fife Council’s healthy walking initiative, ‘Bums off Seats’ gave two of their committed walkers a commemorative gift to mark them making their 400th walk.
Diana Findlay looks forward to her Active Ageing Health Walk every week.
John and Elizabeth joined Ways to Walk walking group in Kilwinning separately, but soon found the walks allowed them to get to know each other better, so much so that they got married in July 2007!
Helen was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. She walks with the Macmillan Walking Group in Glasgow, which has helped her health and she feels the benefits each time she walks with the group.
Jim volunteers because he believes you should give back as well as take out.
John Anderson began walking with Islay’s Walkaboutabit scheme after he was diagnosed with ME, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome. His involvement in the group has led to a great improvement in his health, as he tells us here.
Kirsten Fullerton is a 21 year old with a packed schedule! During an average week she fits in two sessions of badminton, a couple of trips out on her bike, a daily walk, two evenings at the swimming pool, and starts her day with some of sit ups!
Since joining the West Dunbartonshire Health Walks, Lilly has noticed an increase in her confidence, and a decrease in her weight.
Lily Johnstone and Pat Ironside have been walking with the Health All Round project in
Lorraine Clarkson never imagined pushing a buggy would help her get active and make new friends on the way.
Lunchtime walking helps Scottish Prison Service staff to break free from the afternoon slump.
Looking for a new idea for Spring Walks? Geo-cashing might be your answer. One of our walkers, Bert, from the Plodders Walking group in