Walking for Health

Run by Woking Mind, “Ramblers Walking For Health” is your local Walking for Health scheme. Our weekly walks take place across the boroughs of Woking and Runnymede. Our walks are free, fun and friendly – perfect to help you get active and meet new people.

All walks are a maximum of 90 minutes. We also have weekly ‘starter’ walks (a max of 30 mins)  in the Woking area – perfect if you’re new to exercise, have a health condition, need a very gentle pace.

Please note that well behaved dogs on leads are welcome on our walks (although a few routes are suitable for assistance dogs only and are labelled accordingly on the specific walk details/ programme).

If you want to know more before you start, just get in touch with Tasha Feddery (walks coordinator) email: [email protected] or call 07473 404 962 / 01483 757461. There is also a dedicated Twitter channel for updates, visit: @WalkWoking and @WalkRunnymede.

To find out more about the Walking for Health programme, visit their website here. For key updates about the walks, please subscribe to our ‘Walking for Health’ newsletter by clicking below.


Please note there will be no organised walks on the 27th & 28th July 2021.

Upcoming walks 3rd & 4th August – BOOK NOW! 

Woking Starter walk Tuesday 3rd August 11am – max 30 min  

Very gentle circular walk around Goldsworth Park Meadows. All off-road but on good quality, wide paths. .

Starting point:  Car park at Goldsworth Park Recreation Ground, Wishbone Way, Goldsworth Park, Woking Nearest postcode: GU21 3RT .

Here’s a link to location map: https://goo.gl/maps/NEYJozX9WniCqqsh9 What3Words app: https://w3w.co/libraries.modern.strong

CLICK HERE TO BOOK: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/163470058345 

Runnymede regular walks – Tuesday afternoon 3rd August :
A 2 or 2.7 mile walk around Ether Hill, Ottershaw Copse & Timber Hill. As the name suggests there are gradients on this route! Mostly on woodland paths that can be uneven so please wear appropriate footwear.

Starting point:  Open area by the cricket pitch at Ottershaw Memorial Fields car park (the one by the bowling green), Fox Hills Road, Ottershaw. Nearest postcode KT16 0NQ.

Here’s a link to the car park location: https://goo.gl/maps/cVX96PyABT6mxaT1A 
What3Words app: https://w3w.co/noisy.nerve.shark

**Please book on the most appropriate walk for your ability.**

1.15pm –  2 mile walk best suited for those who prefer a more gentle pace/ shorter distance. Estimated time: 60  mins. 
CLICK HERE TO BOOKhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/163472836655

1.45pm – 2.7 mile walk best suited for those who prefer a brisker pace/ longer distance. Estimated time: 60 mins. 
CLICK HERE TO BOOKhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/163472000153 

Woking regular walks – Wednesday morning 4th August:
2.4/ 3.1 mile circular walk through the countryside between Pirbright & Fox Corner– some areas may be muddy and uneven. We’re going to try again for this route as it was too wet last time.

Starting point:  public carpark on Pirbright Green, Avenue Du Cagney, Pirbright (Nearest postcode GU24 0JE)
Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/krUEKbKxrFKAc9zL9
What3Words app: https://w3w.co/wonderfully.newly.look 

**Please book on the most appropriate walk for your ability.**

10.45am – 2.4 mile route best suited for those who prefer a more gentle pace/ shorter distance.. Estimated time: 60-75 mins
CLICK HERE TO BOOKhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/163468509713

11.15am – 3.1 mile route best suited for those who prefer a brisker pace/ longer distance. .Estimated time: 60-75 mins
CLICK HERE TO BOOKhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/163469011213

Please don’t forget that you should receive an email confirmation ticket – if you don’t it means you’re not booked on! You do NOT have to bring this ticket with you.
If you cannot make the walk, please cancel your ticket online via Eventbrite. If you can’t do that please contact Tasha direct so that the place can be offered to someone on the waiting list.


Dogs on shorts leads welcome!


Move Mountains for Woking Mind

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