Thanks to a small grant from the CEC Public Health participatory budgeting scheme we have set up a programme called Wilmslow Walks, aiming to get more people out going for walks. Walking is good for our health and wellbeing, gives an opportunity for exercise and is known to improve our mental health. Walks also help raise awareness of the wonderful landscape on our doorstep, and the importance of looking after our environment. We have so far had 3 walks with Brownie groups on Lindow Moss, and a walk on the Mobberley side of Lindow Moss. We have a walk planned for the Time Out group in July, a walk with the Fulshaw WI in September, and a Tree Walk in Wilmslow in September. All details of walks open to the public are on our diary page. If you can think of a group who would like a walk, please let us know; we are keen to expand our repertoire to include walks for people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to get out for a walk.
Wilmslow Garden Trust Walk July 2017
John led a walk for the Wilmslow Garden Trust on Lindow Moss exploring the Mobberley side of the Moss.
Time Out Group Wilmslow Walk July 2017
We enjoyed a walk with the Time Out Group in Meriton Park and visited the Transition Wilmslow mini orchard which is looking very healthy this year.