Lichfield and Whittington Walking Group
Welcome to Lichfield and Whittington Walking Group
If you are new or returning to exercise, walking not only offers the opportunity to improve fitness at a pace that suits you, but also provides the opportunity to meet new people and socialise.
We offer a programme of group walks, encouraging people of all ages to live a healthy, active lifestyle.
Our walks are led by volunteer walk leaders who are trained in leading Health Walks. Our friendly walk leaders look forward to welcoming you to our groups.
For more information and a full programme of our walks please contact Milton Brown( firstname.lastname@example.org) 07572121143
|Walk name||Route options available||Length (hours)|
|Burntwood Monday Group|
Burntwood Monday Short Walk
|Burntwood Tuesday Group|
Burntwood Tuesday Long Walk
|Cannock Friday Group|
Cannock (Friday Walk) 10am
|Cannock Hospital Walk Dr Rasib|
Walk Option 1
|Cannock Monday Group Fortnightly|
Marquis Drive fortnightly
|Cannock Tuesday Group - Afternoon|
Cannock Afternoon Tuesday
|Cannock Wednesday Group Short Walk|
Cannock Weds Short
|Hints Friday Group|
|Lichfield Thursday Group Fortnightly|
|Lichfield Tuesday Group Short Walk Fortnightly|
Lichfield Short Walk Tues
|Lichfield Wednesday Group Walk Fortnightly|
Lichfield Wednesday Walk
|Rugeley Wednesday Group Walk Fortnightly|
Rugeley Wednesday Walk
|Tamworth Monday Group Walk|
Tamworth Castle Walk Monday
|Whittington Wednesday Group Walk Fortnightly|
Whittington Fortnightly, Weds
Graded Walks led by trained Volunteers -
We deliver weekly, fortnightly and monthly walks across Southern Staffordshire. We currently deliver approx 45 walks a month.
Level A Walks: Shorter Walk. Between 30-60 minutes in length. Suitable for inexperienced walkers, slow pace on even ground.
Level B Walks: Moderate/ Hard Walk. Up to 90 minutes in length. Sometimes sizable ascents and descents. Suitable for regular walkers.
Level C Walks : Progression Walk, demanding longer walk for experienced walkers seeking a greater challenge. Fast pace, off road. Up to 2 hours in length and terrain to include slopes, steps, stiles and uneven surfaces. (Progression walks are not part of the Walking for Health programme)
We are currently looking for more volunteers to support the project and lead walks.