South Kesteven Health Walks
Walking for Health South Kesteven boasts numerous walking groups across the South Kesteven District, aiming to encourage and be accessible to, as many people within our communities who wish to become more active and enjoy a healthier lifestyle. With walks ranging from 30-90 minutes, at various paces and across varied terrain, Walking for Health South Kesteven provides free walks for beginners, people with health conditions that affect their daily activities, or people wishing to "step down" from a more intense activity level. They are also perfect for those just wishing to meet new people and get out and enjoy some fresh air and good company.
All walks are led by trained volunteers and follow the ethos and framework of the national Walking for Health Scheme. Our walking groups are very friendly, and always encourage new members. In most cases, refreshments are provided for a small fee at the end of each walk, making for a very sociable and friendly experience for all.
|Walk name||Route options available||Length (hours)|
|1Life Bourne Leisure Centre|
Friday 11.45 am
|1Life The Deepings Leisure Centre|
Tuesday 9:45 am
Tuesday 10.00 am
|Ancaster Health Walkers (Wednesdays)|
90 minute walk - Wednesday 10:00am
|Ancaster Monday Strollers|
|Ancaster Saturday Walk|
|Ancaster Thursday Evening (Summer)|
Thursday 6:00pm (Summer)
|Best Foot Forward: Manners Street, Grantham|
90 minute walk - 1st Wednesday of the month 1:00pm
45 - 60 minute walk - 1st Wednesday of the month 1:00pm
|Caythorpe Health Walk|
90 minute walk - Monday 10:00am
60 minute walk - Monday 10:00am
|Funky Feet Walking Group|
Health walks range from 30-90 minutes and we also have some progression walks too. Our walks are varied and can cover a number of different terrains from pavements to trails to fields.
For specific information for each walk please contact the Community and Health Walks Co-ordinator on 01522 785 240. Everyone is welcome from "strollers" to "striders" and everyone in between, regardless of age (16 yrs and under must be accompanied by an adult) or ability. We like to think there is something for everyone, and would love to welcome you!
As with all Walking for Health Schemes, our programme of walks relies entirely in volunteers willing to train as Walk Leaders. If you would like more information on how to become a Walk Leader, or for any further information about the scheme in general, please contact the Community and Health Walks Co-ordinator.