The Walking Club


The Walking Club is a fun and free group activity where you can meet new people and make new friends. Walks are organised in the countryside near Farnborough, Aldershot and Camberley. Most walks cover 2-3 miles; with some longer duration walks covering 3-4 miles. Tea or coffee and a good chat is usually available after the walk.

Prospect Walk meet monthly on Friday 10.45am at the ManShed, Cove.
Canal Centre Walk meet on the 2nd Sunday every month at 10.15am at the Basingstoke Canal Centre.
Frogmore Walk meet every other Wednesday 10.45am at the Frogmore and Darby Green Social Hall.
Ash Walk meet every Wednesday 10.45am at Ash Parish Council Offices.
Old Dean Walk meet monthly at 10.15am at St Martin's Church, Camberley.
Please visit the website for more information, forms, meeting details and maps.

Any adult is free to join. On completion of registration as a walker at any one of the groups. Please check the calendar for more details and just turn up.

About The Walking Club

The Walking Club is the name of a volunteer association formed in 2012 from Rushmoor Healthy Living's “Step into Nature! They are a friendly club running free walks from various locations in and around the Blackwater Valley in North East Hampshire and Surrey. Walks are led by trained and insured Volunteer Walk Leaders. Most walks last between 60 and 90 minutes. As well as walks, whenever time and resources allow, they aim to join with other communities through shared activities and events.

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The Walking Club




Prospect Walk
The ManShed,
Tilebarn Close
Hampshire GU14 8LS

Canal Centre Walk
Basingstoke Canal Centre
GU16 6DD

Frogmore Walk
Frogmore and Darby Green Social Hall
Frogmore Road
GU17 0NP

Ash Walk
Ash Parish Council Offices
Ash Hill Road
GU12 5DP

Old Dean Walk
St Martin's Church
231 Upper College Ride
GU15 4HE

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