Mytime Active to offer Wellbeing Walks in association with The Ramblers

Mytime Active is now part of the National Ramblers Wellbeing Walks network, and will provide group walks led by trained volunteer walk leaders via their centres in Bromley. All walks are specially designed to be short (30-90 minutes) and over easy ground, so they are ideal for those who have never walked before. They’re a great way to meet new people, walk in good company, and to give people’s health and wellbeing a boost.

Diane Friday, Mytime Active’s Active Lifestyles Programme Manager and Wellbeing Walks Co-ordinator says:

“Many people have recently found a new love of walking especially following the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns. They’re discovering how great it is for their health and their physical and mental wellbeing which is something we strongly believe in here at Mytime Active. As such we are very pleased to have joined the National Ramblers Wellbeing network, and to offer as many people as possible the chance to enjoy the great outdoors.”

The Ramblers Wellbeing Walks network draws on years of experience. The Ramblers is Britain’s largest walking community – it was founded in 1935 and is dedicated to inspiring everyone to enjoy open skies, fresh air and the feeling of freedom that comes from walking outdoors – and have been organising health walks since 2012.

For further information about Ramblers Wellbeing Walks provided by Mytime Active please contact: Diane Friday  


For information on Mytime Active please contact: Di Jones,

Mytime Active is an independent social enterprise - its mission is to improve wellbeing through its range of more than 100 accessible services. These include golf, swimming, gyms, bowling, social and health programmes at 23 locations across Bromley, the Midlands and the South. It reinvests its profits in the long term wellbeing of the local communities it serves, and to date has helped hundreds of thousands of people to live a happier and healthier lifestyle.


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