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Time to Face Your Walking Fears

Time to Face Your Walking Fears

Today, 11 October 2016, is Face Your Fears Day. The organisers explain, “Take a moment to consider what your life might be like if you conquered some of your greatest fears. What would you do differently? Face Your Fears Day gives you the chance to stand up to your fears, overcome them, and to seize the day.”

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Celebrate Nature…June is Great Outdoors Month

Celebrate Nature…June is Great Outdoors Month

If you love getting out and about and enjoying yourself, Great Outdoors Month is the perfect month for you! It’s an ideal opportunity to teach children about the joy of playing outside and how getting out and about can be part of a healthy lifestyle. Getting out and about is often a free or cheap day out for families, and can be a lot of fun. It’s a great way to learn about nature and the environment, to de-stress and to improve your mental and physical well-being.

Claire

Let the walking games begin

Let the walking games begin

There’s no doubt that walking with children brings extra challenges. You will need to choose the route carefully to make sure the terrain, obstacles and length are suited to all members of the family. But once this is done, it can still be tricky to motivate children to become enthusiastic hikers! Don’t let boredom set in. Why not try incorporating some simple games to inject a bit of fun into the outing. Here are a handful of suggestions:

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