We know how important health and wellbeing is to our Vasse community. So, we’re excited to welcome the Heart Foundation Walking Group initiative to Vasse.
When is the first Vasse Walk?
When: 9am on Wednesday 10 March 2021
Where: Meet at the Timothee Vasse Statue, corner of Northerly St & Napoleon Prom, Vasse Village
How Long: 45-60 minutes walking time, plus a social coffee afterwards if you have time
How to Join: Sign up to join the Vasse Walking Group here.
About Heart Foundation Walking Groups
Walking as a group is a great way to meet people and explore our community. Plus, it’s great for your health! Walking an average of 30 minutes or more per day can improve your mental health and lower the risk of heart disease, stroke and Type 2 diabetes.
Register as a Walker
General information on walks, including registration details, can be found on the Heart Foundation Walking website.
Register and join our Vasse Walking Group here.
You can also get in touch with Suzie Belbin, Vasse Estate Community Development Officer, via the details below.
Walker Recognition Scheme
Register through the Heart Foundation website and join the Walker Recognition Scheme. You’ll receive certificates, incentives and merchandise discounts for reaching walking milestones.
Become a Walk Organiser
If you love walking and socialising with your community, why not register your interest in being a Walk Organiser. As an Organiser, you will:
- Plan walking routes for the group
- Coordinate the day & time of future walks
- Welcome new group members
To become a Walk Organiser or discuss any other queries about the walks, get in touch with Suzie Belbin via email@example.com or 0428 591 196.
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