Rushcliffe Health Walks
Rushcliffe's programme of free, friendly, health walks are a great way to meet new people and socialise while walking to benefit your health.
Just come along to one of our walks, or for more information contact Simon on 07976 631194 or Duncan 07969 330846.
All Rushcliffe Move & Mingle Health Walks are suspended due to Covid-19. We are looking at how we can welcome walkers back safely and hope to restart some walks in August. We will update this page with any changes.
If you would like to get involved by volunteering as a walk leader, please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you. Click HERE to read about volunteering with WFH.
|Walk name||Route options available||Length (hours)|
|Cotgrave Move And Mingle|
Cotgrave Move And Mingle
|East Leake Meadow Park Move and Mingle|
East Leake Meadow Park Move and Mingle
|Lady Bay Move And Mingle|
Lady Bay Move And Mingle
|Radcliffe Move and Mingle|
Radcliffe Move and Mingle
|Rushcliffe Country Park Move And Mingle|
Rushcliffe Country Park Move And Mingle
Move and Mingle walks are led by Walking for Health trained leaders and you can walk at your own pace.Our walks are listed below. You can also download the programme in the box on the right. No need to book - just come along on the day. If you're coming for the first time please arrive a little before the start of the walk.
Note we don't walk on the main Bank Holidays (Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and Easter Friday). Accredited Assistance Dogs only.
Tuesday 11:00 a.m. Poppy and Pint pub, off Pierrepont Road, Lady Bay
Walks last up to 90 minutes depending on walkers' ability and levels of fitness, with options for short cuts. Meet outside the pub (inside if it's wet) ready to start at 11.00. Walkers often stay to socialise in the cafe of this welcoming pub.
Wednesday 10:30 a.m.: Rushcliffe Country Park, Ruddington
Meet at the Education Centre by the lake ready to start at 10.30. A friendly group who welcome walkers of any ability. Choice of walks to suit your fitness and ability: from 30 minute around the lake to a longer walk of up to an hour.
Thursday 10:30 a.m.: Radcliffe on Trent
Meet in front of Grange Hall ready to start at 10.30. A friendly new group led by Radcliffe locals. Walkers of all abilities welcome to join us. Village walks to suit your fitness level from 30 minute to a longer walk of up to an hour. Refreshments available at St Mary's Church Hall after the walk.
Thursday 1:30 p.m.: Meadow Park, East Leake
Meet at the Millstone sculpture (at the south access point to Meadow Park next to the playing fields). Parking in Gotham Road Cark Park (public toilets available opposite). Sometimes call into one of the village cafes afterwards. Walk lasts around 30 mins on paths in the park but may still be muddy parts in wet weather. Walk may not take place in snow, ice or heavy rain.
Friday 2:00 p.m.: Rose & Crown pub Cotgrave, for Cotgrave Country Park
Approximately 1 hour walk around Cotgrave Country Park with options for shorter walks from 30 minutes. Meet on the Rose & Crown car park, Main Road, ready to start at 2.00. A sociable walk that ends in the pub so walkers can socialise over coffee or a soft drink.
Please note no walks on the main bank holidays (Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday)
Looking for longer walks?
Why not try Rushcliffe Ramblers, the local Ramblers group? See www.rushclifferamblers.org/
Rushcliffe Ramblers also have a Sunday Short Walk Programme in West Bridgford. Please note these are not 'Health Walks' but a programme of local, morning or afternoon walks organised by our local Ramblers group.
We are grateful to County Councillor Reg Adair for support from the Councillors' Divisional Fund enabling our volunteers to continue our walks programme; promote and publicise walks and train new walk leaders.
Rushcliffe Reports Summer 2015 - see our walks featured in Rushcliffe Borough Council's newsletter (link in the box on the right)