Bluntisham joins the march to healthy living

Walkers, from left, Eileen Scales, Ernie Chapman, Sheena Glanville, Angie Guy and Shirley Moore.

Walkers, from left, Eileen Scales, Ernie Chapman, Sheena Glanville, Angie Guy and Shirley Moore. - Credit: Archant

A new location has been added to the list of health walks being offered in Huntingdonshire.

Bluntisham has now joined Huntingdon, Ramsey, St Ives, St Neots, Yaxley and Sawtry as places where people can benefit from organised regular exercise.

Walk leader Sheena Glanville has been running short walks in the village for just over a year.

She set them up as part of her role as parish nurse for Bluntisham, a position promoted by the Parish Nursing Ministries UK, a Christian charity.

The next walk takes place from 11.30am-1.30pm, leaving from the Baptist Church in the High Street on Wednesday, January 28. A free lunch is also served at the church afterwards, but has to be booked by calling 07747 799629 by the Monday of that week.


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