Mole Valley District Council’s (MVDC) Walk for Health walks have restarted, with new guidelines to keep walkers safe.
The Walk for Health scheme is a programme of fun, free and accessible weekly walks ideal for anyone looking to become more active.
A maximum of five places are now available per walk, and walkers must book in advance. Places will be available on a first come first served basis.
There will be a reduced timetable, with the Dorking, North Holmwood, Buckland, Brockham and diabetes walks restarting initially.
Councillor David Draper, Cabinet Member for Leisure, said: “We’re so pleased to resume our Walk for Health walks in time for the summer. Now more than ever we need to be doing things that support our physical and psychological health. We have some beautiful walks in Mole Valley, which can be even more enjoyable when shared with others.”
Walkers can book their place up to a maximum of six days in advance and a minimum of 24 hours in advance.
Anyone with symptoms of coronavirus must not attend a walk, and follow NHS self-isolation guidance at www.nhs.uk. If someone has symptoms after attending a walk, they should immediately email the walk leader, as detailed on MVDC’s website, or call 01306 885001.
For more information on the walks and booking details, visit www.molevalley.gov.uk/walkforhealth or call 01306 885001.