Here are some details of the current community walk and talk groups we are aware of, that are scheduled to walk and talk every Saturday at 10.30am based on feedback we have received from these independent groups.
Please note: The Walk and Talk Movement does not run or manage walk and talks itself. It provides inspiration and guidance for the community to set up their own walk and talks, who in turn are responsible for all aspects of running their own walk and talks.
Beautiful local walk and talks around Wimbledon Common and Village from the War Memorial on the corner of Parkside and The Causeway (SW19 5AZ).
A walk and talk from the famous Wimbledon Park starting from near the cafe next to the tennis courts in the park.
A local community walk and talk in and around Pollards Hill - from outside the New Horizon Community Centre, next to Pollards Hill library (CR4 1LT). Laid back and lovely local walk and talks in the local area and to Mitcham Common.
Canons House, Mitcham
From the courtyard of the idyllic Canons House and Grounds (https://www.thecanonsmitcham.co.uk/), with its 500+ year old dovecote and secret walled garden. Plenty of great walks, sights to see and activities to enjoy in the local area.
Morden Hall Park, Morden
From the picnic area next to the Stable Yard and Snuff Mill. This stunning National Trust park is a joy to walk and talk in - rich in history, and with so many walks, nature, sights and points of interest.
Colliers Wood Wandle Valley Walks
Walks and talks up and down the Wandle Valley from outside Colliers Wood Tube Station.
Walk and talks around the amazing commons from outside the Tooting Bec Common Cafe, SW12 9HJ, just off Bedford Hill.