North Tyneside Walking Social Clubs

Due to current government restrictions, re-start of these sessions is on hold

Please note: Following government guidelines and restrictions; all meeting points at indoor facilities have been moved from reception areas to just outside the centres, under canopies where possible. (look out for our walk leaders in the yellow visors!)

We’ve introduced some extra safety precautions so our leaders and walkers are safe when socialising as we want everyone to be comfortable in the group setting. Our leaders have additional PPE equipment, our meeting points have moved from indoors to outdoors. We’ve introduced a maximum of 30 participants per group. Your contact details will be recorded for the purpose of track and trace.

Why does the “rule of six” not apply to the Ramblers group walks?

Ramblers and Walking for Health organised group walks are categorised as ‘outdoor physical activity events’. These are exempt from the latest restrictions, as we have already met the protocols, and put extra measures in place to reduce the risks of COVID-19.

You can read more about this in the government guidance, and on the Sport England website.

Get out and about and socialise!

Walk more and feel the difference…… 

Why is walking the perfect activity for health?

  • Almost everyone can do it
  • You can do it anywhere and anytime
  • It’s a chance to make new friends
  • It’s free and you don’t need special equipment
  • You can start slowly and build up gradually at your own pace

Regular walking will help you feel good, reduce your blood pressure, reduce your stress levels, keep your heart strong, improve your sleep patterns and help to manage your weight. You will feel an increase in your energy levels and much happier due to the realease of endorphins (‘Happy hormones’).

How much is enough?

Adults should aim to be active daily. Over a week, activity should add up to at least 150 mins (2 ½ hours) of moderate intense physical activity, in bouts of 10 mins or more – or 30 mins every day!

Enjoy walking in the great outdoors with our fully qualified walk leaders, who dedicate their time making your walking experience a good one, alongside great company

We would like to invite to come along and join in a walk …. whether it is for a short, 30 minute brisk walk, or a longer 2 hour saunter, there are plenty to choose from. Whatever your ability, or whatever takes your fancy, there’s a walk to suit your needs.


Walk your way to fitness in the company of others whilst enjoying the beautiful surroundings North Tyneside has to offer.


Choose from our selection of weekly and fortnightly walks:

If you are interested in any of the walks listed above please call the contact person for that particular walk.

If walking in a group isn’t for you; you might like to try our self-led walks. Follow the link for more information Self-led Healthy Walks. With 19 routes throughout North Tyneside ranging from 1 – 6 miles; you’re sure to find something suitable.

For any further information please contact Gillian Adam – Physical Activity Co-ordinator for Adults on 0191 643 7441.

Macmillan Support Group Health Walks ‘Walk and Talk’

Various walks in place, please contact Angela Belshaw for further information on 0191 293 4376