Walk and Talk Groups

Spending time in green space or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing. For example, doing things like growing food or flowers, exercising outdoors or being around animals can have lots of positive effects. It can:
  • improve your mood
  • reduce feelings of stress or anger
  • help you take time out and feel more relaxed
  • improve your physical health
  • improve your confidence and self-esteem
  • help you be more active
  • help you make new connections
  • provide peer support.
Our Walk and Talk groups can help provide you with all these effects and more.
I've been getting out into nature and walking to manage my bipolar disorder for years. It helps to keep me calm and physically healthy, and I love taking the time to be mindful of all the beautiful green spaces around me.

Katie tells us about the Walk and Talk Group she runs with Ponthafren in Newtown, every Wednesday at 11am, meeting at the Cinema.

Every Wednesday at 11am (Started 12th April 2023) at the cinema end of Longbridge.
Give Katie a call on 07983 952556 for more information.

Every Monday (except bank holidays) at 10am at Llandrindod Lake.
Give Caroline a call on 07506 114469 for more information.

Welshpool:  NEW!
Every Tuesday at 11am (Starting on 21st May 2024) at the Lower Gates to Powis Castle, atthe bottom of Park Lane off Broad Street, Welshpool
Give Janet a call on 07506 114397 for more information: