Reading Walks Programme
Welcome to Reading health Walks. This Walks programme is aimed at getting more people in Reading walking. This scheme is a great way to meet new people, improve your health and get to know your local community.
Monday, 10.00 a.m. - 11.00 a.m. Whiteknights Walk. Meet at the No.21 Bus Stop outside the Whiteknights House universty administration building on the main university campus. A varied circuit around the grounds with beautiful views of the lakes, their wildlife - and the Harris Garden, always maintained to seasonal splendour by its group of gardening-enthusiast volunteers. Coffee (own purchase) and meeting of all groups is at the end of the walk at The Square student cafeteria.
Monday, Fortnighly TIlehurst Potteries Walk (exc BH). 10.30am - 11.00am, meet in the garden of The Tylers Rest Restaurant, Norcot Rd, ,for a walk short walk around the Tilehurst area, finishing with a chat and hot drink (own purchase) at the Tylers Rest (Sizzler) on Norcot Rd. Forthcoming walking dates are: 27th Jan, 1oth,24th Feb, 9th, 23rd March, 6th April 2020.
please note: Parking is available at the Tylers Rest for £1.00, which is refundable if purchasing a drink with the group afterwards.
Thursday, 9.45 - 11.00am. Meet at Prospect Park Car Park off Liebenrood Road, Reading. This walk is divided into three ability-level walks. All walks are within the Prospect Park grounds. This level/pace of walk is for all levels. This walk is managed by Heartbeats, the West Berkshire Heart Support Team. All Welcome.
Last Friday of every Month (excluding Bank Holidays) at 1.30pm. Meet at Coley Park Community Centre, Wensley Rd. Take a walk along the Holybrook and through the surrounding Fields. It is on the last Friday of the month at 1.30pm, meeting outside Coley Park Community Centre, Wensley Road, Reading, RG1 6DW. A walk of roughly one mile in the Coley Park area. When the ground is dry enough the walk may take you through the water meadows and along the Holy Brook. It is a lovely walk where deer, red kites and herons have been spotted.
Please note: The Coley Walk stops over the winter period and will restart again in Spring 2020. Dates and details will be announced in the New Year.