Peer Support Walks across Yorkshire

Join us for a guided stroll, in partnership with Walking With My Bear, alongside peers who understand the unique challenges of a brain tumour diagnosis.

Open to patients and caregivers, our peer support walks are a great chance to:
  • Feel the health benefits of walking and talking outdoors
  • Combat depression, anxiety and stress and think more clearly
  • Meet with family and peers in a relaxing environment
  • Chat to people in similar circumstances, who understand what you might be going through
  • Have regular wellbeing time and space just for you

There’s no pressure to chat, sometimes just walking with peers in the fresh-air can provide a boost to wellbeing.

The routes are suitable for beginner walkers, and please get in touch to enquire about wheelchair accessibility. Anyone who’d prefer not to take part is welcome for a cuppa and chat with us at the cafĂ©, where the walkers are also welcome to join us afterwards for a well-earned brew.

Our exciting upcoming walks are spread across Yorkshire in many beautiful settings and are in partnership with the incredible Walking With My Bear. All walks need to be booked in advance, please see dates and locations below:

Sunday 28th April @ Temple Newsam, Leeds.
Saturday 25th May @ RSPB Dearne Valley - Old Moor, Barnsley.
Saturday 15th June @ Wentworth Woodhouse, Rotherham.
Sunday 4th August @ TBC, Hull.
Sunday 25th August @ TBC, Kirklees.
Sunday 22nd September @ Bolton Abbey, Skipton.
Sunday 13th October @ Harewood House, Leeds. 
Sunday 10th November @ Beaumont Park, Huddersfield. 
Sunday 29th December @ Castle Howard, York.

Sunday 12th January @ Canon Hall Country Park, Barnsley.
Sunday 16th February @ Shibden Hall, Halifax.
Sunday 9th March @ Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield. 

We all know how unpredictable our British weather can be, please ensure you wear appropiate footwear and clothing to be be as comfortable as possible. :)

If you like to book onto a walk, or have any enquiries, please email or call 0113 511 8111.

"I have met some lovely people who have become friends. Everyone has their own story to tell but we all have a brain tumour in common and can share our experiences in a positive way. Being out in the open, away from a clinical environment, gives the day a sense of normality. Walkers can do as much or as little as they like without any pressure, but plenty of encouragement."  (Heather, regular walker)

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