Walk On – LivingGrief

Walk On Eventbrite Q2 2022
Walk On is a walking group run by LivingGrief, the bereavement service at St Elizabeth Hospice.

Talking to others who are going through similar experiences of bereavement can be enormously beneficial.

Open to all bereaved people in East Suffolk, join the Walk On group for 45 - 60 minutes exploring local places and the countryside.

We have two groups running - one exploring Ipswich and the surrounding area and one in Lowestoft.

Enjoy the company of others and the sense of wellbeing that walking outside can bring.

Please wear appropriate clothing and bring a bottle of water. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.

All walks are free to attend.

Walks in Ipswich & surrounding area
April - July 2022

Join us at 10am outside the following locations on the respective dates.

No need to book, just turn up. Please call us on 01473 707986 if it is your first walk so we know to expect you.

  • Tuesday 19 July - Car park opposite Jolly Sailor Pub, Orford, IP12 2NU
  • Tuesday 9 August - Hoot HQ, Ipswich Town Hall, IP1 1DH
  • Monday 22 August - The Hold, Fore Street, Ipswich, IP4 1LN
  • Tuesday 6 September – Duck & Teapot café, Needham Lakes, IP6 8NU
  • Sunday 17 September – The Wonder car park, Alton Water, IP9 2PB
  • Monday 3 October – Suffolk Food Hall, Ipswich, IP9 2AB

For any queries on the Ipswich area sessions or if you are lost, please call 07731 997683.

Walks in Great Yarmouth & Waveney area
May - June 2022

Join us at 2.30pm at the same location on the below dates.

Sparrow’s Nest, Whapload Road, Lowestoft, NR32 1XG - meeting point at the band stand.

Call the team on 0300 303 5196 for any queries or more information on the walks.

  • Thursday 14 July
  • Thursday 11 August
  • Thursday 8 September
  • Thursday 13 October

We are proud to bring Walk On to the area in partnership with East Coast Hospice.

St Elizabeth Hospice works together with East Coast Community Healthcare (ECCH) to support the care and treatment of residents living with a life-limiting illness in the Waveney and Great Yarmouth area.

Find out more here.

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“Speaking to others has been so valuable.”

"It was nice to talk in smaller groups."

“I enjoyed speaking openly.”

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