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Walking is the cheapest and easiest means of being physically active. It helps prevent disease, improves the management of long-term conditions, aids recovery from illness or injury, and can have a positive effect on mental health.
Joining a local walk group can increase social connections, helping to combat loneliness and reduce the risks associated with isolation. Walking is great for the environment too.
OneRen has a designated Community Activity Officer who looks after all your walking needs.
We work in partnership with Paths for All and The Renfrewshire Walking Network, along with many other important key organisations.
View our January - March walking timetable here.
With support from the Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership, we have developed two family friendly walking routes around Paisley. These signposted routes take you past many popular points of interest, allowing you to enjoy some of the towns culture, architecture and history.
We are grateful to all the volunteers who come along and offer their time and commitment to support health walks across Renfrewshire. If you are looking for a volunteering experience that is rewarding, sociable, and benefits both your health and the health of others, then why not consider becoming a health walk leader.
The one-day Paths for All Walk Leader Training is free and organised locally or online. You will be fully supported by the health walk coordinator to join with an existing health walk group or to set up your own following training. OneRen are actively seeking new volunteers to join their team.
For more information on walking in Renfrewshire, please submit an enquiry below.
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