East Renfrewshire HSCP Walking Groups
East Renfrewshire Council HSCP run several walking groups throughout the week perfect for beginners upwards!
About East Renfrewshire HSCP Walking Groups
Walks are from 30 minutes up to an hour.
From 10am outside Lidl, Fenwick Road, Giffnock.
A walk at a moderate pace within the Giffnock area for 40 minutes. (Dementia Friendly Walk).
From 11am, outside Lidl, Fenwick Road, Giffnock
A short walk, at the pace of the slowest walker, for people recovering from illness or falls. (Dementia Friendly Walk)
Social-able Senior Saunter
From 10am at the corner of Broomburn Medical Centre, 257 Mearns Road. A low level walk for people looking to start some form of gentle exercise for 30/40 minutes (Macmillan Cancer Friendly Walk) excluding 2nd November)
Neilston Monday’s ‘Youth’ Group
Meets from 10.15am at the Neilston War Memorial, Main Street, Neilston. A social able walk within Neilston, at a moderate pace for up to 40 minutes.
TuesdaysFirst Steps Eastwood Park
From 9.30am, meeting outside Eastwood Leisure Centre, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock. For people looking to start walking as a form of exercise or to meet new friends. The walk takes up to 40 minutes. (MacMillan Cancer Friendly Walk)
St Johns Strollers
From 10am, meeting at the entrance to Cowan Park, Aurs Road, Barrhead. This walk is a stroll through Cowan Park up to 40 minutes. People looking for a slow paced walk or a beginner to joining a walk are welcome. (Dementia and MacMillan Cancer Friendly Walk)
From 10am, the ARC, Aurs Drive, Barrhead. A moderate walk for people looking to take part in gentle exercise, meet new people and enjoy the outdoors.
WednesdaysCrookfur Health Walk
From 10am, meeting outside Newton Mearns Baptist Church, Greenfarm Road, Newton Mearns. A gentle stroll for people new to walking and looking for some exercise and to meet new friends. The walk is 30-40 minutes
All walks led by qualified volunteer walk leaders supported by East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership. Walks are aimed to encourage people to be involved, be more active, to meet and chat with fellow walkers (at a distance).
Please contact and to check your chosen walk is on:
Sine Delahunt, Community Health Development Worker – Walking, East Renfrewshire HSCP, HSCP Headquarters, Eastwood Health & Care Centre, Drumby Crescent, Clarkston, G76 7HN
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