Could you be a volunteer walk leader?
Another free one-day course will be held to train people to become volunteer walk leaders in North Dorset.
The course will be held in Sturminster Newton on 21 February. It is aimed at people who are interested in helping to run health walks to help others stay healthy and active.
If you are interested in leading walks, including being a front middle or back marker, please register and come along. The course will be held at Sturminster Newton Medical Centre, Old Market Hill, Sturminster Newton, DT10 1QU. Registration starts at 9.15am and the course runs from 9.30am to 3pm.
Places must be booked in advance. Please contact Keith Harrison if you would like to attend on 07825 691508 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tempted? Here are five reasons you should be!
1/ Volunteering makes us happier, according to researchers at the London School of Economics
2/ Walk leaders get to explore the beautiful Dorset countryside
3/ Leading walks is a great chance to meet new people
4/ Walking is great for your physical and mental health
5/ The course is free
This initiative is part of ‘Walking for Health’, England’s largest network
of health walks. More information at: walkingforhealth.org.uk Just click the button below...