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Walking for Health

Got a question about Walking for Health, or want to find out more? Don't be shy - we'd love to hear from you! If you're interested in finding out more about your local health walk scheme, it's often best to contact the scheme directly as they'll have all the info you need. Find your local scheme to find out more. For other enquiries, you can contact the national team via the contact details or enquiry form below.

Walking makes you happy and keeps you healthy. Over 70,000 people walk with us regularly and we'll support you to get started too.

With varied roles to suit everyone, it's no wonder that 10,000 people volunteer with Walking for Health.

Walking for Health work with individuals, groups and organisations to set up and manage health walks schemes across England.

Walking for Health has plenty of tips, tools and advice to help you stay motivated and keep your walking fun and enjoyable. 


020 7339 8541

Walking Group

3rd Tuesday of the month
01299 826641
Bewdley Methodist Church,
12 High Street
DY12 2DH

Walks Around Stourport

Experience a taste of the past with a historical costume guided walk around Stourport Canal Basins and beyond.Our historical costume guided walks include:Stourport Canal Basins Guided Walk, Stourport Ghost Walk, Stourport Heritage Walk, The Baldwin Walk, Burlish Camp Trail.

01299 822827

Walshes 60+ Club

Walshes Community Hall - Linden Avenue

Wednesdays 2.00pm - 3.30pm

Warmer Worcestershire

The Warmer Worcestershire project began with a thermal image survey of Worcestershire to highlight heat loss from roof of properties. The aim of the project is to encourage energy efficiency and save residents money on their bills.The Warmer Worcestershir

Wellbeing Hub

The Worcestershire Wellbeing Hub (WWH). The WWH is an information and signposting service for people over 16 experiencing low mood, anxiety or stress, and feel that they would benefit from support from local community providers. We provide support for people in the Wyre Forest, Worcester, Malvern, Redditch, Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Wychavon

01905 766124

Wellness Works

Who can help with

mental health?

Worcestershire Mental Health Resource Directory

mental health?

Mental health problems are common.

In any one year 1 in 4 British adults

experience at least one diagnosable

mental health problem.



(ONS 2000)

This directory has been updated from one originally developed by

what was the Worcestershire Mental Health Partnership Trust and

Wellness Works to provide you with information on the support

available in Worcestershire.

Resources come in all shapes and sizes and different approaches

suit different people.

Whilst we have listed a number of resources here, if you have any

doubt at all about your mental health, please check with your GP.

Woman's Aid

Key national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children. Supports a network of over 300 dedicated specialist domestic services across the UK.

0808 2000 247

Worcester WEA - Workers Educational Association

WEA Vision

Our vision is to be the recognised voice of adult learners, and the leading provider of adult and community learning in the UK by any standard.

WEA Mission

The WEA is a 21st Century, democratic, voluntary adult education movement, committed to widening participation and to enabling people to realise their full potential through learning.

WEA Aims

To involve learners, volunteers, members and other partners in:

• Influencing and campaigning on behalf of adult learners

• Removing barriers to learning

• Being responsive in the heart of communities

• Making the most effective use of all our resources

• Promoting learning for life

• Changing and enriching lives through learning – at individual and community levels

• Promoting adult education worldwide

WEA Values

• Creating equality and opportunity, and challenging discrimination

• Believing in people, communities and their potential to change through Education

• Putting the learner at the centre of everything we do

• Challenging and questioning ourselves