MOVE MORE OUTSIDE

 

#KeepMovingSuffolk

Getting outside and moving more this winter will help lift your spirits!

No matter how much you do – moving is good for your body and mind.

Something as simple as going for a walk will give you some energy, some head-space, help you sleep better and is the perfect time to catch up and have a good chat with a friend.

There’s more ideas, tips and links below on how to move more this winter and beat away those winter blues.

For further advice around looking after your mental and physical health this winter visit the Healthy Suffolk website.

cartoon characters walking

ONELIFE SUFFOLK
HEALTH WALKS

Ramblers Bingo card image

RAMBLERS WALKING
BINGO CARD

Parkrun Suffolk map

PARKRUN
SUFFOLK

cycle sign

FREE CYCLE AND
WALKING MAPS

group of runners

RUN TALK RUN
IPSWICH

couch to 5 k app sign

COUCH TO 5K

Strive for Five app logo

PARK WALK
STRIVE FOR FIVE

ACTIVE 10 APP

ACTIVE 10
WALKING APP

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DISCOVER SUFFOLK
CYCLE, WALK OR RIDE

family group walking ion woods

WOODLAND TRUST
WALKS IN THE WOODS

National Trust sign at Kyson Point, Woodbridge

NATIONAL TRUST
WALKS IN SUFFOLK

Walberswick walking guide front cover

COAST & HEATHS
WALKING GUIDES

Learn about the benefits
of movement on your mental health

BLOGS AND MORE IDEAS

Family walking in woods

9 Fun ideas for Family Winter Walks by Danielle Wesley

Getting out in the fresh air on a crisp winter’s day is so invigorating. But we know it’s not always easy to convince youngsters to embrace the cold weather. So, here are some of our favourite winter activities to liven up your family walks and help you enjoy some quality time together in the woods.

Read more here on the Woodland Trust website…

Jo and her dog

Jo's Story - We Are Undefeatable

The ups and downs of depression and anxiety can sometimes really stop Jo in her tracks. For her, moving more isn’t as simple as just going to the gym. But finding other motivations for getting up and going, whether it’s playing with the grandkids or running after her dog Elsie, has given her a new lease on life and a meaningful reason to be active. Whether it’s a just quick walk or an hour at the park, she always finds herself lifted from where she was before.

Read Jo’s full story on the We Are Undefeatable website…

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