The aim of Walking Football is both to draw once-active people back to their sporting roots and also to engage those who want to gradually improve their fitness in a social environment. 

Anyone interested can turn up on the day, ensuring that they are wearing sensible clothing for exercise, and football boots if they have them, although there are some boots available to borrow in various sizes.

The sessions are as follows: 

Bath (Odd Down)

Mondays 10am - 11am

Odd Down Sports Ground (Chelwood Drive, Bloomfield, Bath)

£4 Pay-as-you-play (no membership)

Fridays 10am - 11am

Odd Down Sports Ground (Chelwood Drive, Bloomfield, Bath)

£4 Pay-as-you-play (no membership)

There is a charge of £3 which includes refreshments.
Some of the Tuesday group also choose to stay on for Lunch Club.

Chew Valley

Thursdays 4.30pm - 5.30pm 

Chew Valley Leisure Centre, Chew Lane, Bristol, BS40 8QB

There is a charge of £3 which includes refreshments.
Some of the Tuesday group also choose to stay on for Lunch Club.

£4 Pay-as-you-play (no membership) 

Midsomer Norton

Thursdays 10am - 11am

Midsomer Norton Leisure Centre (Gullock Tyning, Midsomer Norton, BA3 2SY)

There is a charge of £3 which includes refreshments.
Some of the Tuesday group also choose to stay on for Lunch Club.

£4 Pay-as-you-play (no membership)

For more information or to book your place, please contact our Active team on active@ageukbanes.co.uk or 01225 484510.

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Testimonials from some of our regulars...

"After having been diagnosed with terminal cancer, and having two major ops, I didn't think it would be possible to do any exercise. I feel the Walking Football has had a tremendous effect on me, and my personal outlook has changed since taking up sport again. Would definitely recommend to other people." - Harry

"It's great fun and helps me to keep fit." - Robin

"My problems were and still are varied and plentiful. I could tell you a story from how my life was desperate: homelessness; prison; a vile existence. The football has been the main reason, THE reason, I've turned my life around." - Graham

"I have never played, nor been interested in football before. I was introduced to Walking Football by my brother-in-law. I think it's a brilliant activity to keep fit. It's been good meeting a good group of people as well." - John

 

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