The Wellbeing Walks scheme has the goal of improving the health and wellbeing of the community through regular walks. This is a nationwide project hosted by the Ramblers, with over 10,000 volunteers who help to organise and lead the walks. Wellbeing Walks are designed to be accessible for all, being no more than three miles, or ninety minutes in length. We currently have 14 scheduled walks across East Hampshire’s wonderful countryside. All Wellbeing Walks are free to attend. For further information on each of the individual walks, please see below table or visit the website and use the search function to find the closest walks to you. Day Time Location Meeting point Monday (excl. bank hols) 10:30 Burton The Pond Buriton, GU31 5RT Tuesday 10:15 Liss Triangle Centre, Mill Road, GU33 7DX Tuesday 10:30 Alton See website for info Tuesday (seasonal walk) 17:00 Four Marks Meet point varies each week, Tuesday (seasonal walk) 18:30 Alice Holt Forest Outside the Cafe, GU10 4LS Wednesday 10:00 Rowlands Castle The Green, PO9 6BN Wednesday 10:00 Liphook Station Road Car Park, GU30 7DR Wednesday 10:00 Petersfield Winton House, High Street, GU32 3JL Wednesday 10:00 Clanfield Rising Sun Inn, North Lane, PO8 0RN Thursday 10:15 Liss Triangle Centre, Mill Road GU33 7DX Thursday (1st one of every month) 10:30 Medstead Castle of Comfort Pub GU34 5LU Friday 10:00 Sheet Half Moon Pub, London Road GU31 4BE Friday 10:30 Four Marks The Pavilion, Uplands Lane GU34 5AF 2nd Friday of the month 10:30 Wander on Ludshott Ludshott common road, Grayshott GU26 6DS Sunday 10:00 Clanfield Rising Sun Inn, North Lane PO8 0RN If you are interested in joining a walk, please feel free to come along on the day! For anyone who would like to join our incredible team of volunteer walk leaders, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. To become a walk leader, you would need to complete some online training tasks, followed by half a day of in-person training. Once completed you can join an existing walk as a leader or begin setting up your own walk.