Community Walk

24 January 2014
With a limited number of spaces remaining for the upcoming Community Walk Leader training event, Saturday 1st February 2014 at Springhill National Trust House, make sure to REGISTER NOW! This is an excellent opportunity for community leaders and volunteers to receive free Walk Leadership training that will ultimately encourage their community to get walking!

Community Walk Leader Training - Springhill National Trust House
Walking In Your Community in conjunction with the Sperrins Gateway Landscape Partnership, have an exciting free training opportunity for Community Leaders and Volunteers to become Community Walk Leaders. The training takes place Saturday 1st February 2014 at Springhill National Trust House, Moneymore. It is run by highly qualified Tutors who will offer guidance and support to participants who will learn about basic walking skills.
Date -      Saturday 1st February 2014

Time -      9.30am - 5.00pm 
Venue -    Springhill National Trust House, Moneymore
For more information on the course and to book your place, please click here or email

Booking early is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Cancellations - Whilst we hope to provide this training free of charge for community leaders and volunteers, due to the limited number of free places, if you are unable to attend the course, you are required to cancel 1 week prior to the course date. Failure to do so will result in a fee of £45 per person.

First Aid Training
Qualified Community Walk Leaders must have a valid first aid certificate in order to lead walks under the scheme.

For those who have no current qualification, Walking In Your Community will be running First Aid courses alongside training at subsidised cost of £20 per person.
Information regarding the training date will be provided on the day of the course.

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