An Autumn Stroll

An Autumn Stroll Autumn had definitely arrived for the October stroll. Shorts and t shirts were replaced with coats and bobble hats; blue skies and sunshine were replaced by grey clouds and cool breezes. The companionship and chatter on the walk were the same as ever: is there a better way to spend the first Thursday of every month? Fresh […]

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International Friendship Day Walk

The August Living with Cancer Strollers coincided with International Friendship Day. International Friendship Day is a United Nations day that promotes the role friendship plays in promoting peace in many cultures. The Stand up to Cancer support group spent the day celebrating the special friendships that offer support, love and laughter during some of life’s most difficult moments. The Living […]

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National Meadows Day

National Meadows Day National Meadows Day is an annual celebration of wildflower meadows across the UK. The event takes place on or around the first Saturday of July every year. National Meadows Day events are helping to raise awareness of the importance of meadow conservation of a fast disappearing habitat. The Living with Cancer July Stroll coincided with this special […]

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Cosmeston Stroll

  Why does a walking report have a picture of smiling people sitting in a cafe, sipping coffee and eating cake, to accompany it?   The answer is straightforward: the chat and the coffee (other beverages are available!), are an important and integral part of any Cosmeston stroll. On this spring walk, Betty and Helen found themselves leading the walk. […]

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May Walk Report

  Why does a walking report have a picture of smiling people sitting in a cafe, sipping coffee and eating cake, to accompany it? The answer is straightforward: the chat and the coffee (other beverages are available!), are an important and integral part of any Cosmeston stroll. On this spring walk, Betty and Helen found themselves leading the walk. When […]

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