Increase your steps

Walking doesn't always have to be a planned, structured activity; for example, you can increase your daily steps by ditching the car for short journeys. Whether it's going to the shops, taking the kids to school or going to work, travelling actively is a great way to boost your daily steps and your health, whilst improving the environment and the safety of our roads. Other great tips are:

  • Using public transport for longer journeys and getting off a stop early
  • Take the Stairs not the lift

You can also find more information on the One You website: https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/

Walking for Health

What is a health walk? Short weekly walks of less than 2 miles at a steady pace.

Who are they for? Health walks are for anyone! They are suitable for those who are just starting to get active, people who may have an illness, require support from a carer or recovering from an injury. Our friendly Walk Leaders will support you every step of the way.

Find your nearest walk: https://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/walkfinder/doncaster-health-walks

Get Doncaster Moving Led Walks

What is a led walk? These walks are from 2 to 8 miles, at a variety of locations across Doncaster. The walks are led by experienced, friendly walk leaders and take place throughout the year.

Who are they for? We have "strollers" which are perfect for a leisurely walk or "striders" if you prefer to pick up the pace. Families are welcome and most of our walks are suitable for dogs on a lead.

See the events page for more details.

Events

To view our full list of our walks and other events, visit our events page.

Get Involved

If you would like more information on how you can get involved with, and inspire others to take their first steps to a more active future please visit our Get involved, Volunteering Page for more information or contact us with any queries or suggestions

Contact

If you can't find what you are looking for please check out the menu, If you still can't find what you are after, or want any other information, please contact our Walking Officer:

Hannah Wild

Walking Officer

Telephone
01302 736596
Mobile
07989 717029