A weekly programme of guided health walks (except Strelley Woodland Walk) in open spaces around Nottingham, funded by Nottingham City Council and accredited by Walking for Health. There is a health questionnaire to complete before your first walk.

Bestwood Walk: 1 to 3 miles. Meet at the Southglade Access Centre, Southglade Road NG5 5GU every Monday at 1.15 pm.

Woodthorpe Grange Park: 1.5 to 2 miles. Meet at Sherwood Community Centre, Mansfield Rd NG5 3FN Monday at 10.30 am.

Nuthall Railway: 3 miles. Meet at Snape Wood Community Centre NG6 7GH every Tuesday at 10.30 am.

Strelley Woodland: 4 miles. Meet first Wednesday of every month 10.15 am at Broad Oak Public House, Strelley Village. NG8 6PD. *Please note this walk is slightly harder—not suitable for buggies.

City Parks Walk: 2 miles. Meet at the Victoria Leisure Centre Bath St. NG1 1DB every Wednesday 10.30 am.

Forest & Arboretum: 1.5 to 3 miles. Meet inside Mary Potter Health Centre (North Entrance) Gregory Boulevard NG7 5JD at every Thursday 10.30 am.

Wollaton Park: 1.5 to 3 miles. Meet at Wollaton Park at the bend at the far end of the first car park NG8 2AE every Friday 10.00 am.

Old Basford: 2 miles. Meet by the Jet petrol station, Mill St. every Friday at 10.30 am. Leave cars at the Mill on Bagnall Road NG6 OJY. Return there for refreshments.

Victoria Embankment: 2 and 3 miles. Meet at 10.40 am on the corner of London Road and Victoria Embankment (city side of River Trent) NG2 2JY

For more information on any of the above walks, including how easy or hard they are, visit www.ageuknotts.org.uk or www.walkingforhealth.org.uk or contact Age UK Notts on 0115 844 0011 email info@ageuknotts.org.uk

Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire, Registered charity number 1067881