Group Wellbeing Walks

Group Wellbeing Walks

Join us on a guided walk at a nature park or beautiful open space near you, a chance to relax, socialise and take some much-needed me-time.
Led by an expert guide and open to all adults affected by a brain tumour (including patients, carers and loved ones), these walks are a great chance to:
  • feel the invigorating 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
  • have regular wellbeing time and space just for you
There is no pressure to chat if you don't feel like it; the focus is on boosting wellbeing through good company, fresh air and gentle exercise.

You will be taken on a leisurely, low-level walk for around 1-1.5 hours (the route will usually be around 2.5 miles). Each walk will start and end at the venue's café and we hope walkers will join us for a relaxing, well-deserved drink afterwards.

The routes are suitable for beginner walkers, but unfortunately unsuitable for those in a wheelchair. Any members of your party who would prefer not to take part in the walk are welcome to stay at the café with a member of the YBTC team for a chat and a cuppa.

If you have any issues with arranging transportation to the venue, please get in touch and we can arrange a lift. To contact us, email or call 0113 340 0111.

Spaces are free but must be booked in advance. To come along to one of our walks, please click the links below.

Upcoming dates

Sunday 12th June, from 11am at St Aidan's Nature Park, Leeds. Click here to get your free ticket.

Sunday 10th July, from 11am at Saltaire. Click here to get your free ticket.

Sunday 7th August, from 11am at Wentworth Woodhouse, Rotherham. Click here to get your free ticket.

Sunday 18th September, from 11am at Skelton Lake, South Leeds. Click here to get your free ticket.

Sunday 9th October, from 11am at Cannon Hall, Barnsley. Click here to get your free ticket.

Sunday 6th November, from 11am at Oakwell Hall, Birstall. Click here to get your free ticket.

Sunday 4th December, from 11am at The Piece Hall, Halifax. Click here to get your free ticket.

Good Footing is a social enterprise that aims to change people's lives through innovative walking experiences. The Good Footing team are trained to build positivity and resilience through the power of walking. To find out more about Good Footing, go to or visit their Facebook page.
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