Find out all you need to know to get cycling in Wiltshire.
Connecting Wiltshire - providing information on how to get into cycling, equipment, basic safety, routes and places to ride in Wiltshire.
Lets Ride - short, family friendly rides in Salisbury, Trowbridge and Calne.
Wiltshire Cycleway - Wiltshire Cycleway has been split into 16 sections which can be downloaded or printed.
Get Wiltshire Walking is a Public Health funded project which aims to ensure every community within the county has access to a FREE weekly led walk
|Alternate Mondays||Trowbridge walking forum||1.5 mile short walks.|
5 mile long walks
|Monday||Salisbury and District Walking for Health||Short, and Longer walks available as well as bus walk||Pam Rouquette on 01722 334209|
|Tuesday||Trowbridge walking for health||3 miles||Alan Thirlwell on 01225 760492 or Alf Moreton on 01225 755727 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Second Sunday of the month and last Tuesday of the month||Bradford on Avon walkers are welcome||Usually between 5 and 7 miles occasionally longer|
Thanks to funding provided by Aiming High a new Permanent Orienteering Course (POC) is now available at the Avon Valley nature reserve, next to Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre, Salisbury.
Orienteering provides an exciting challenge in the countryside for both children and adults to find points in the landscape using only a map and a compass.
Orienteering at Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre is an outdoor activity that everyone can enjoy.
The courses on the orienteering map have been designed by Sarum Orienteers to ensure you make the most of exploring the parkland in the grounds of the Centre.
Orienteering is a great activity because you can -
•Compete against others to improve your skills
•Enjoy the fresh air and countryside
There will be several possible courses to choose from, including two courses designed for people in wheelchairs.
The courses are all located in the pleasant open countryside behind the centre and are open for anyone to try. A course consists of a start point, a series of control sites that are marked by numbered circles on the map in the order they are to be visited, and a finish. All the checkpoints or control sites are marked with wooden posts. Each post is marked by a number and a red and white marker.
All you need to do is download a map and information leaflet or pick one up from Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre and have a go.Close
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Sports Development Team
Working in partnership with Wiltshire Council and Wiltshire and Swindon Sport, Run England provides a welcoming and social environment in which people of any fitness level can participate in running.
School gate runs
A social session for complete beginners to start exercising straight after the school drop off.
Bring the buggy if required and join us at the school gate for a 45 minute active session.