Walk & Talk

Join us this September to celebrate 60 years of Hft whilst connecting with others in your community to help combat loneliness and isolation.

Sign up to our Walk & Talk

There’s something special about walking and talking with someone – it’s a fantastic way to boost health and wellbeing, to beat loneliness and isolation through conversation (who doesn’t love a good chat about the weather?) A great way to deepen existing connections with old friends. A lot of conversational and physical ground can be covered on a walk!

Your Walk & Talk can be a walk that works for you. You choose the location and route – it can be as long, short, big or small as you like.

You can walk to talk, to celebrate 60 years of Hft, to combat loneliness and isolation, in memory of someone, to meet people and connect with your community… whatever you like whilst raising money for people with a learning disability.

It’s your walk, your way.

This is a challenge for all ages and abilities – we just want you to get active, have fun and support Hft.

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