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The Fernhurst Centre
 
Our walks are part of the National Walking the Way to Health Initiative.


Walking is one of the most accessible pastimes: you can safely walk in the countryside without any specialist clothing or equipment at all, though it's always best to take sensible shoes or boots and warm and waterproof clothing.  The following are suggestions for your own comfort:
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Footwear

Comfortable flat shoes
Walking Boots
Good quality trainers
Socks

Clothing

Waterproof Coat/Jacket
Sun Hat in hot weather

Refreshments

Water
Sweet snack - ie Muesli bar

Other

Stick
Walking Pole
Sun Screen
Samll back pack

NB - Sorry - no dogs or children


Walking for Health



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Click here for Walks Programme 2013
Walking for Health: Walks are held on a monthly basis (3rd Friday of the month) from the Fernhurst Centre and provide the opportunity to take regular exercise, enjoy the local countryside and meet new people.  They are led by trained volunteers who walk at the front and back of the group so that everyone can go at their own pace.  Designed to improve your health, our walks offer safe and secure environment in which to walk with friendly and welcoming company.  Please ensure that you have suitable clothing and footwear.
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Walking on Blackdown - click here for photos
Walking around Fernhurst  - click here for photos
Walking around the Lynchmere  - click here for photos

Walking around Milland and Tuxlith Chapel
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