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Get the latest news from Nordic Walking for Health, including information about group walks, healthwalks and the Multi-Activity Outdoor Trails Network.

Ready to extend your course to the Health level next week ?

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Nordic Walking - Stanmer Park, 3 Sept 2014

Are you ready to step up from the foundation level of Nordic walking technique to the higher Health level ?

If so, booking is now open for:

  • Session 5 (Health level) – 1.30 to 3.30pm Tuesday 3 April, Stanmer Park.

The price is £15 per person. Poles are available, if required, and included.

To make an enquiry, click on Nordic Walking for Health to send an email or text/phone 07813 524587.

For information on the three levels of Nordic walking technique, read more at Courses

Brighton & Hove ‘Healthwalks Offer’ Beginner Courses 2018

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Nordic Healthwalk Course 7, Hove Park - Wednesday 9 April 2014

Discounted courses are available for city residents wanting to Nordic walk on the free, green Healthwalks or to join the free amber/red Nordic Progression Walks run by the City Council’s Healthwalks Scheme. If this doesn’t apply to you, standard Nordic Walking for Health beginner courses are also available – more information is at Courses BOOKING remains OPEN for two reserve places on the below course (the final one in the Active for Life November 2017 to April 2018 programme): Saturdays 2 to 3.30pm (fully booked with two reserve places still Read more »

Marking International Womens Day 2018

Nordic Walking Course, Hove - March 2018
Nordic walking for health & wellbeing on International Womens Day 2018

What better way than to start a Nordic walking course for health and well-being to mark International Womens Day for 2018 !

Ashdown Striders’ Nordic walk – this Sunday 11 March

Nordic walking on the Ashdown Forest
The Ashdown Striders social Nordic walking group - Sunday 3 April 2016

Meet at 10am in Church Hill car park. Coming from the south, take the B2026 up to the top of the forest. Pass Duddleswell Tea Rooms and the Police Training Centre. Take the right turn to Groomsbridge on the B2188, which will take you down through woodland. When the woods end on your right hand side, look for the left hand bend ahead and white speed limit signs on the road. The car park is on your left just before these. If you get to Friars Gate, you have gone Read more »