Nordic walking provides both physical and mental benefits due to its whole-body movement and the fact it is outdoors and in nature. Nordic walking combines cardiovascular exercise with a vigorous muscle workout for your shoulders, arms, core, and legs.

Training arrangements

Training can be arranged from a local British Nordic Walking Instructor. To arrange beginners training for Nordic walking, please contact Julie Murray:

Julie Murray, British Nordic Walking Instructor

Email :
Mobile : 07917605782

Nordic walking timetable

for details of meeting point
All our walks are free

No need to book just turn up and we will ask you to fill in a quick registration form which helps with our funding from Paths for All. See link to registration form below.

walking registration form

How to join a walk
  1. To join in all you need to do is turn up at the meeting point and at the start time.
  2. If it is your first time, please arrive ten minutes before your first walk to meet your volunteer walk leader and fill in a quick registration form.
  3. Please dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water.
  4. Walks are for adults – children under 16 are welcome but they need to be accompanied by an adult.

In the event of bad weather walks may be cancelled.

Please check our website for updates or you can e-mail us at: