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Walking Talking Group

Walking Talking Group

Walking Talking Group

Don't sit at home, come and Walk and Talk with Us.   We meet on the first Friday of every month, although please do book in advance and check in case of last minute changes.  We walk at different locations.  The walk is on a flat level with accessibility taken into account and parking. 

We meet at 10:15am to begin walking at 10:30am, and finish about 12 noon.

In order to participate, a £5 per session donation is required.  Please bring cash on the day or card.  Additional donations are always welcome on the day or via our Donations Page.

This group is run by a member of staff and is supported by a number of volunteer Speech and Language Students from City, University of London. The Speech and Language Students use their their speech and language skills to encourage good conversations with you, speech practice and generally help you to have a great time. 

Come and join us, meet others with brain injury, maybe make a new friend and have some fresh air and gentle exercise as well. 

We try to ensure that there is a coffee stop on the way or at the end, so bring some money just in case you wish to buy something.    

Remember to dress for the weather!

Numbers are limited, and dates maybe subject change.

If you would like to attend, you must book your place in advance via

enquiries@headwaysurrey.org

01483 454433

 

2024 Dates:

  • 7th June
  • 5th July
  • 2nd August
  • 6th September
  • 4th October

For more information on the walk venue and the date, please contact us on the above.  You can then be placed on our regular email list for notifications of future Walk and Talk Groups. 

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