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How walking helped me transform my life

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25
Sep 2017

Since the age of fourteen Debbie has experienced anxiety and depression resulting in long periods in hospital. The illness has at times brought her to the lowest brink. Since joining her local Health Walk with KA Leisure in North Ayrshire her life has been transformed.

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Local Hero Award for Walk Leader

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25
Sep 2017

Well done to Volunteer Walk Leader Sheena Gilmour, with Stepping Out with Arthritis Care Scotland who was awarded a Local Hero Award from Argyll Third Sector Interface in their Volunteer of the Year Awards 2017.

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Supporting Sheltered Housing residents to get active

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25
Sep 2017

Walk Aberdeen have been trialling a new approach to support residents of sheltered housing complexes to become more active through walking.

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Masterclass: Density Done Well and Walkable Communities

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15
Sep 2017

International town planning and walkability expert, Brent Toderian is to visit Scotland in October for a Masterclass hosted by Paths for All.

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Photo guides for Health Walks in West Dunbartonshire

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11
Sep 2017

A series of photo guides for Health Walks in West Dunbartonshire have been produced to give people living with dementia and their carers a better overview of the walking routes and their suitability before they start the walk.

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