Exeter Green Circle for Hospiscare
Lockdown Walking Tips – Get more from your walk
NB** If anything starts to hurt please stop the movement** you may feel some muscles soreness afterwards, this is because you have used them. Try these tips at your own risk listen to your body.**
Brisk Walking Tip 1
Brisk Walking Tip 2
Walking Tip 3
Walking Tip 4
Nordic Walking with Judi Spiers
Press Release and Re-Launch in May 2020
Article in the Express and Echo
Links to Exe Nordic Walking’s Re-Launch Articles in Grow Magazine, The Exeter Daily, and Exeter Living Magazine.
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Exeter Parkrun (suspended)
Exeter Riverside parkrun – Sue walks quite often and volunteers, so when you register look for Exe Nordic Walking in the list of clubs and Nordic Walk the parkrun with us, let’s build a Nordic Walking community who walk the parkrun.
Adventure Therapy Funding
Find out more about Adventure Therapy and how funding can help you enjoy the benefits of Nordic Walking.
“Our mission is to improve the emotional wellbeing of children and adults with unique health conditions, impairments or limitations through outdoor and adventure-led activities.
Activities are provided free of charge to our clients and we are funded entirely by charitable donations and the kindness and generosity of the communities we serve.”
Join British Nordic Walking
- A quarterly members’ newsletter with all the latest news on Nordic Walking in the UK. Be first to hear about the latest events, walks, holidays, races, challenges, and offers.
- Discounted entry rates for the popular British Nordic Walking Challenge Events.
- British Nordic Walking Member car sticker.
- 15% off at Cotswolds Outdoor, Snow + Rock, Runners Need and Cycle Surgery – just show your membership card.
- 10% discount on all on-line clothing purchases at Barefoot Studio Store, stockists of Nordic Walking clothing and kit.
- Other special member offers.
Exeter City Council – permission given to walk at King George V Playing Fields, the Quayside and on other risk assessed routes.
Devon Wildlife Trust – permission given to walk at Ludwell Valley Park, Mincinglake Valley Park and Riverside Valley Park