Walking is one of the simplest and most effective forms of exercise you can do.
Anyone can do it and it’s very easy to get started.
Amber Valley Walking Together work with individuals, groups and organisations to set up and manage local walks for health, as part of the wider Walk Derbyshire model.
We’re always looking for new participants and walk leaders, so please don’t hesitate to join us!
Walking has so many benefits, from better physical and mental health, to reduced social isolation.
Hear from some of those involved in walking groups in Amber Valley about why they walk:
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Watch the film with subtitles accompanied by British Sign Language
If you would like to attend one of our walks then please visit our Amber Valley Walking Together page on Amber Valley Borough Council’s webpage for more information:
Blackbrook and Lumb
From the Belper mills, cross river and head up Ashbourne Road towards Blackbrook, crossing one road. Go past houses to track on left side with ford and footbridge. Take track up past farms on left and right and carry straight on up the track through two sometimes stiff to open farm gates. Just before house […]
SEN Parent/Carers Walking Group
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