You are invited to join us on our first Hounslow 10km Walk and Talk event on Saturday 14 October to celebrate World Mental Health Day 2017.
"Our aim is to raise awareness and reduce the stigma around Mental Health issues, by promoting both physical exercise and social activities" Michelle Nielsen from West London Mental Health Trust.
"Keeping physically healthy and having a chat or a laugh with friends are two great ways to positively affect our mental health. If this event helps people recognise the benefits of physical exercise and enjoying the company of friends, we will have gone a long way to achieving our aim" Peter Shears, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust.
DATE AND TIME
Saturday 14th October 2017
10:00am – 1.00pm
Walk and Talk starting point:
Syon House and Park (Just inside main entrance front gates)
Starting in Isleworth, a circular route incorporating the Thames Towpath, Kew Bridge and Syon Park will be taken. Using staggered start times between 10am and 10.30am, walkers can complete the route at their own pace, enjoying the scenery and the company of friends, old and new alike.
Please note that the route includes some steps over Twickenham Foot Bridge and goes along the Thames towpath, which is slightly uneven in places.
Parking and toilets are available inside Syon Park.
Complimentary bottles of water will be available on route.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
To book your place, use the eventbrite link by the end of today, Tuesday 10 October.
For further information, including ways to use the event for Sponsorship and a possible alternative route for wheelchair users, please contact Peter Shears on 020 8326 7047 or email@example.com
This event is delivered by Brentford FC Community Sports Trust and West London Mental Health Trust, supported by the Wellbeing Network (Hounslow), Wembley National Stadium Trust, London Borough of Hounslow, Middlesex FA, Hestia, GOALS Soccer Centres and Brentford FC.
Participants on the Hounslow Walk and Talk 2017 event, do so at their own risk. Participants will be provided with a route map, and interval markers and stewards will assist to guide you along the best route, however, walkers are not supervised and participate at their own risk. Children under 16, must do so under the supervision of a responsible adult.