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messageWalking Groups
Posted by hoolley August 02, 09:42AM

Hi , does anyone know of any walking groups in SE15 or SE22. I have retired and sometime ago I read of a Saturday morning walking group but I forget the details. Many thanks. Also any other activities and where would I find the information,

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by cariad August 02, 10:26AM

Time out Saturday walkers
South London ramblers
Southwark Council do some interesting historical walks in Southwark , definitely walks rather than hikes

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by Pugwash August 02, 12:42PM

Link Age may have details of walking groups for the over 60s

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by Lu August 02, 01:35PM

Hi I haven't been on one of their a walks yet but I'd heard about Blackheath Ramblers. You can sign up to a email with details of their upcoming walks, details of the length of time and difficulty etc:

[www.blackheathramblers.org.uk]

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by siousxiesue August 02, 05:08PM

hoolley Wrote:
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> Hi , does anyone know of any walking groups in
> SE15 or SE22. I have retired and sometime ago I
> read of a Saturday morning walking group but I
> forget the details. Many thanks. Also any other
> activities and where would I find the information,

Hi Hooley
I belong to a group of people who do a circuit of Peckham Rye Saturday mornings at 10am, you can join and power walk or slow jog, and we do resistance training at intervals using water bottles for handweights

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by sjsl August 02, 07:25PM

University of the Third Age has lots of activities, including walking I think [dulwich-u3a.uk]

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by Peckhampam August 02, 09:20PM

Yes walks of differing lengths at Dulwich U3A

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by Hillbilly29 August 03, 05:51PM

Check out Silverfit. It's an organization set up for those over 45 years. They have activities in Burgess Park, Brockwell park on a Tuesday pm and possibly dulwich park.

messageRe: Walking Groups
Posted by louisemurray August 04, 09:26AM

Check out Walkfit at Dulwich park 3 times a week, V social but some good exercise in company.


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