What is Walking-4-Health?
Fareham Walking-4-Health is an accredited Healthy Walk scheme with Ramblers Walking for Health. Our walks are led by trained volunteer Walk Leaders and offer local people the opportunity to:
- walk at a pace they can manage
- improve their fitness
- enjoy the sociable company of others
Health Walks last between 30 and 90 minutes and suit people of varied abilities.
For more information about Ramblers Walking for Health please visit www.walkingforhealth.org.uk (this is an external link).
Fareham Walking-4-Health leads a variety of walks in all parts of Fareham Borough.
Descriptions of the walks and a diary of dates that each walk is being led are updated every two months. You will find a link below to view our latest programme. Or you are welcome to collect a copy from the Community First Fareham office at 163 West Street in Fareham town centre.
Download the December and January Programme here
Registered walkers automatically receive a current walk schedule by email.
Lead a Walk
If you enjoy walking and would like others to join you, you could be a Fareham Walking-4-Health Walk Leader. We give you training to get started and support to keep going. New Health Walks in any part of the Fareham Borough are always welcome.
To continue these great free walks requires funding and this is where you come in. Thank you to the generous supporters who have donated £130 so far this year. You too can donate on line at:
And you can raise money by doing your Christmas shopping on-line through Easyfundraising. All of the big stores like Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, eBay, and M&S are signed up. When you shop, the retailer sends us a free donation, at no extra cost to you. Visit our easyfundraising page at
Join the signed-up shoppers who have raised almost £90 this year.
Thank you for your support.
Tick Awareness Information
With summer temperatures bringing everyone into the sunshine, Community First Fareham is stepping up its advice to be ‘tick aware’ while spending time outdoors.
Ticks are often found in wooded areas or long grass and they can easily attach themselves to an animal or person as they brush by. They may be tiny but they can transmit bacteria that cause diseases, such as Lyme disease, so it’s important to cover up and be on the lookout for bites. Ticks are found in moist areas of dense vegetation in woodland, grassland, moorland, heathland and some urban parks and gardens. They can be found throughout the year but are most active between spring and autumn.
For more information on tick awareness please click here.
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