A health walk is a free, short, gentle and friendly led walk up to 2 ½ miles long for all ages and abilities led by trained volunteers. They are a great way to take the first steps towards a healthier lifestyle and meet new people.
For more information download the brochure or read below.
Easy Walks in Glasgow East
Tuesdays 10am. We meet at the hub, Wellhouse Cres, G33 4LA. Leader is Eddie Andrews and you can contact him on 0141 781 2132
Wednesdays 9am. We meet at FARE, Bannatyne House, 31 Drumlanrig Avenue, G34 0JF. Leader is Robert and you can contact him on 0141 771 9151.
Sundays 2pm & Tuesday 10am. We meet at Ruchazie Community Church, Elibank Street. Leaders are Tina or Eildon and you can contact them on 0141 774 2759.
Monday 11am. We meet in Tollcross Park by the entrance to the Children’s Farm, Wellshot Road. The leader is Heather Macleod and she can be contacted at 0141 287 0963.
Why walk?Walking is one of the easiest ways of getting active:
- It's easy It's fun
- It makes you feel good
- It brings many health benefits including reducing the risk of developing heart disease, certain cancers and type II diabetes by up to 50%.
Become a Volunteer Walk Leader
Walk Glasgow is always looking for enthusiastic, reliable people to become Health Walk Leaders. We can provide you with free training, support and insurance.
Health information and self care advice for people in Scotland
NHS24 provides comprehensive up-to-date health information and self care advice.
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Glasgow East Community Health and Care Partnership (CHCP)
The Glasgow East CHCP is managing a wide range of local, community-based social care and health services delivered in health centres, clinics, schools and homes.
You can find all services they provide on their website: