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Walk this Way May - Programme

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Walk This Way May: Celebrate National Walking Month with Us!

May is National Walking Month, and we're inviting you to lace up your walking shoes and join us for 'WALK THIS WAY MAY'! Dive into a month-long celebration of the simple yet powerful act of walking, promoting physical health, mental well-being, and the joy of being outdoors.

We've crafted a vibrant calendar filled with FREE walking events and activities across the borough, catering to everyone from nature enthusiasts to families and furry friends.

Environmental Walks:

• May Day Meander through the enchanting Glenarm Forest

• Experience the Dusk Chorus Walk in Diamond Jubilee Wood

• Join the Tree ID Walk in Bashfordsland Wood

• Explore Carnfunnock by foot

Health & Well-being Walks:

• Take part in the Macmillan Move More Walk in Ballymena & Larne

• Join the Women’s Walk in Carrickfergus

Family-Friendly Walks:

• Bring your little ones to Buggy Babies in Carrickfergus

• Enjoy a Toddler Toddle in Culleybackey, Carrickfergus & Ballygally

Dog-Friendly Walks:

• Let your four-legged friend join the Pawsitive Walking Group in Larne

Educational Walks:

• Discover The Story of the Seven Towers of Ballymena in the town centre

Energetic Walks:

• Challenge yourself with the Knockdhu Hike near Ballygally

Ready to step into the world of walking? Browse our full list of events, choose your favourites, and sign up today! Visit Walk This Way May on Eventbrite to get started.

Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to embrace the benefits of walking, connect with your community and get outside in Mid and East Antrim!

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Walk this Way May - Event Programme (1 May 2024 - 31 May 2024)

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