Sport & Excersize

The WI always finds new and interesting ways to keep members busy; in 2006 members were challenged to walk 90 miles and keep a scrapbook, 2010 saw the WI Tri – a triathlon; swim 5 miles, cycle 20 miles and walk or run 50 miles and 2011 saw members’ being challenged to walk, or swim, 209 miles.

Did you know that WI members were strutting their stuff to Zumba long before the rest of the nation was?

MWI continues this tradition with a popular monthly ‘constitutional’ exploring different areas locally on foot (February Bushy Park / March Garson’s Farm),  whilst enjoying lots of conversation and laughs along the way.

If you have any suggestions for the next walk, please use the reply box below.  We would love to hear your ideas.

 

 

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  1. Miranda Ingold
    March 29, 2017 at 9:04 am

    Next walk idea bluebell woods Hatchlands in Surrey National Trust owned. Walk is said to be easy approx 2.8 miles. Plan sometime in April. Will post more details soon

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  2. Gill Barnes
    April 6, 2017 at 6:34 am

    Testing to see if this works! Suggestion for walk – there is an organised walk (under the Elmbridge Healthy Walks Programme) around Molesey Heath on 10th May. Its free, just turn up 10.30 at Coronoation Rec car park. You may be asked to complete a H&S questionnaire if its your first time.

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    • April 19, 2017 at 12:35 pm

      Hi Gill, this has now been added to the calendar. Thank you for the suggestion!

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  3. April 11, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    19th April meeting at 10.30 at Surrey National Trust owned Hatchlands in the car park for a 2.8 mile walk through the bluebell woods. All welcome!

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  4. Gill Barnes
    July 15, 2019 at 4:26 pm

    Dave Page and Karen are leading the Molesey Heath walk this coming Wednesday.

    “Do you like walking on Molesey Heath and would like to find out more about the variety of wildlife, fauna and flora on site? The Elmbridge Healthy Walks have a walk on Wednesday 17 July from 10.30am to 12.15pm that will be led by a countryside officer who will be happy to give you some info about the heath and answer any questions. Meet near the heath gates on Approach Road, nearest postcode KT8 2LL. Free walk. Hope to see you there.”

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