Rushcliffe Move & Mingle is a voluntary organisation which organises wellbeing walks in various locations within the borough, including Rushcliffe Country Park, under the auspices of Ramblers Wellbeing Walks.
The walks are fun and friendly, accessible to all, and free – an ideal opportunity to get more active and meet new people. They take place once a week at each of five locations within the borough. In addition to Rushcliffe Country Park where we meet at 10.30am every Wednesday (except Bank Holidays), there are walks at Lady Bay, East Leake, Radcliffe on Trent and Cotgrave Country Park.
The walkers in Rushcliffe Country Park meet by the lake at a point approximately 50m to the left of the Education Room and outdoor café. All our walks are led by trained walk leaders and aim to improve walkers’ physical and mental wellbeing in a friendly group of people.
We provide three levels of walk at the park ranging from approximately a mile (30 minutes) to two and a half miles (60 minutes). After the walk, the Country Park has the advantage of providing meeting places where walkers can enjoy a cuppa and a chat. Why not come along and give it a go?
We rely on a group of trained walk leaders and are currently seeking more volunteers to assist in running all the walks, and to give us the capacity to expand them for the benefit of all.
From a personal perspective, I’ve been involved with Rushcliffe Move & Mingle since its inception and regularly lead walks in the park. It’s a great way of supporting others and enjoying a walk yourself.
If you’re interested either in going on the walks or volunteering to become a leader, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Duncan on 07969 330 846.
Rushcliffe Move & Mingle