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Wimbledon Common Walk and Talks launch on 13th May

LET’S WALK AND TALK TOGETHER ON WIMBLEDON COMMON!

Free and fun weekly walk and talks for the whole community are coming to Wimbledon Common every Saturday at 10.30am from 13th May - starting at the War Memorial. After walking and talking with thousands of local people across Merton, and helping so many people become happier and healthier together, The Walk and Talk Movement (https://wewalkandtalk.org/) is coming to Wimbledon Common. This is a chance for all generations to take a stroll, chat, meet friends and neighbours, make new friends and enjoy their local area and green spaces together. From older adults to young children, from buggies to beagles – everybody can join in. No booking, no reservations, just turn up and you will get a very warm welcome. You can walk at any pace you like. Walk and Talks are inclusive, accessible, fun and friendly - so the whole community can take part and benefit. The Walk and Talk Movement also links up with local activities and groups. In fact it is proud to announce it has teamed up with two fantastic local organisations The Wimbledon Society and Wimbledon and Putney Commons to support our weekly Walk and Talks, which will include great walks around Wimbledon Common and Wimbledon Village. Come along to the launch of the Wimbledon Common Walk and Talk on 13th May at 10.30am from the War Memorial on the corner of Parkside and The Causeway (SW19 5AZ), and enjoy refreshments afterwards at Cannizaro House. Then you can join The Wimbledon Common Walk and Talk any Saturday after that at the same time from the same location. Remember Walkers and Talkers are a very friendly bunch, talk about everything and anything, and enjoy the simple pleasures of getting out and about together in lovely green spaces and local areas. ...and if you want to help The Walk and Talk Movement and support a walk once a month for an hour or so please e-mail Andy at info@thewalkandtalkmovement.org...any help is so much appreciated and valued...




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