Northallerton Striders
 
Walking for Health
 
Hambleton Strollers

Advantages of walking to improve your health and wellbeing with Hambleton Strollers

Our walks are free, fun and friendly

Getting active can be difficult, but Hambleton Strollers are here to help.  You can take part in free short walks in the local area to help you get active and stay active at a pace that works for you.  It’s a great way to stretch your legs, explore what is on your doorstep and make new friends during our regular group walks. The walks promote many benefits such as reducing stress, improving  wellbeing,  losing weight and sharing laughs.
Hambleton Strollers has something for everyone.

Hambleton Strollers walks are available in Northallerton, Bedale, Thirsk, Stokesley, Great Ayton and Easingwold. (check local availability first)


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  Hambleton Strollers email address is HambletonStrollers2018@gmail.com
                                     Telephone 07514 240227
Hambleton Strollers CIO, Registered Charity No. 1188777.

Walks start between 10 and 10:30, check in your local town for days and times. Just arrive at least fifteen minutes before the walk starts and you are welcome to join the walk. Walks are approximately one hour. No charges.   

Many walkers start with Hambleton Strollers and then also join Northallerton Striders for longer walks, you can do both!
For Northallerton Striders there is a small annual charge to cover insurance & administration, currently £10 a year





Northallerton Striders support the 'Walking for Health Initiative'.

Northallerton Striders organise walks in and around Northallerton, aimed at encouraging people to start walking and keep walking - whatever their age or physical condition.

If you want more information on the Striders, our organised walks or about this web site, please contact us using the contact form  or just come along and join our walks.
 
Northallerton Striders

 












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