Huntingdonshire Health Walks

About Us

The Huntingdonshire Health Walks Scheme is part of the national initiative “Walking for Health” and are supported by Cambridgeshire County Council's Public Health Team. The walks provide people within the community the opportunity to participate in an easy and free way to keep fit and stay healthy.

Our Walks

We're an accredited scheme and offer 9 walks a week and over 400 regular walkers. Please ring the Scheme Co-ordinator for further details.

The Huntingdonshire Health Walks operates in 6 areas of the district: - St Ives, St Neots, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Sawtry and Yaxley. The walks are designed to focus on the health and fitness of the local community in a safe and sociable environment. 

The walks vary in length from ¾ mile to 4 miles and led by trained volunteer walk leaders. The scheme attracts a variety of people from different backgrounds and varying age ranges. The scheme a success with over 300 individuals attending each month. 

Everyone is welcome to any of the walks -

Mondays           St Neots and Ramsey

Tuesdays          St Ives and Sawtry

Wednesdays      Huntingdon

Thursdays         St Ives, Ramsey and Yaxley 

Fridays             St Neots and Huntingdon 

For a walk schedule, which outlines all the walks across the district each month please see the linked documents, for any further information please contact the Sport and Active Lifestyles Team at Huntingdonshire District Council on 01480 388469 or visit



Hannah Postlethwaite
Scheme Co-ordinator
01480 388858


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