Benefits

Walking is good for your heart and lungs, improving cardiovascular fitness.

You can get major health benefits from relatively mild exercise, as long as you do enough and do it regularly.

Regular walking can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, cancer, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis.

Walking will increase your muscle tone and increase the efficiency of your heart and lungs. It will help reduce cholesterol, boost metabolism, and improve the health of bones. Ease stress, raise your energy levels and improve sleep. Combined this can also help you reduce body fat and lose weight.

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Timetable

SCHW LogoWe publish our walks timetable twice a year, one timetable covering April to September the other covering September to April. The start point for the walks (and the timing of the Saturday afternoon walk) change depending on the time of year.

The walks take place every day of the year, except for Bank Holidays and two weeks around Christmas & New Year, see timetable for exact dates.

Click here for advice on Footwear and our policy on Dogs.

Current Timetable
Monday 2nd October to Friday 15th December 2017

DAY

TIME

MEETING PLACE

LINK

MILES

GRADE

MONDAY

10.00

Millennium Field, Sonning Common

Map

½-1¾

FS

 

11.30

Herb Farm, Peppard Road, Sonning Common

Map

2½

B

TUESDAY

10.00

Peppard Cricket Club, Stoke Row Road

Map

1¾

C

WEDNESDAY

14.00

All Saints’ Church, Peppard Common

Map

2½-3

B

19.00

No Evening Walk currently

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY

10.00

Until November 9th

Greys Court Car Park

Map

2½

B

From November 16th  

Peppard War Memorial Hall, Gallowstree Road

Map

2½

B

FRIDAY

09.30

Mapledurham Playing Fields, Upper Woodcote Road

Map

3.5–4

A

SATURDAY

 

09.30

Sonning Common Health Centre

Map

4-5

A

 

14.00

Sonning Common Health Centre

Map

2½-3½

B

 

SUNDAY

10.00

Sonning Common Health Centre

Map

2-2½

B

 


The current timetable is available in hard copy format from any of the Health Walk Leaders, from Sonning Common Health Centre, Sonning Common Library and The Herb Farm in Sonning Common. To download a printable version (pdf) click here.