The Walk and Talk Movement

From The Walk and Talk Movement:

The Walk and Talk Movement ( is on a mission to bring people together in a fun, healthy and engaging way. We provide free and fun weekly community walks every Saturday at 10.30am in and around local green spaces and have built up a large and thriving community. This is a chance for all generations to take a stroll, chat, meet friends and neighbours, make new friends and help each other. From older adults to young children, from buggies to beagles – everybody can join in.

Here is a video that sums up why we Walk and Talk together:

We already support walks in green spaces across Merton and are expanding into Wandsworth and beyond. We are now looking to work with friends groups to help start new walk and talks in their local areas and help their communities.

We would love you to join our walk and talks every Saturday at 10.30am – and if you are interested in setting up your own Walk and Talk in your local green space contact co-founder Andy Yates at [email protected]

Walk and Talk events take place in these green spaces:

Wimbledon Park

Plough Lane

The Canons

Morden Hall Park

Colliers Wood/Wandle Valley

Coming soon - Tooting Common

Wimbledon Park, Merton|Wandsworth

Home Park Rd, Wimbledon, London,SW19 8AU | Other (please detail)

  • Wimbledon Park is a Grade II* listed park in the heart of south west London, designed by Capability Brown in the 1760s. The Friends of Wimbledon Park (FOWP) is a voluntary organisation that aims to give a voice to local people, community groups and other interested parties, to protect and enhance this well-loved landscape for future generations.

Morden Hall Park, Merton

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