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The Big Wild Walk

The Wildlife Trusts’ Big Wild Walk week is taking place between 26 October and 1 November and is a chance to get active, to discover local nature reserves, to make memories and to raise funds for their vital work across the UK.

It’s a fun event that involves setting a walking challenge to complete within a week which can be as easy or as difficult as you like. Providing a great incentive to work towards a goal, its aim is to motivate people to get active as well as get out into nature, both of which have been linked to improving mental and physical health. The Trust would love your company and colleagues to get involved by taking the Big Wild Walk challenge this autumn – why not consider entering a company team? 

There are some ‘wild’ themed challenges for inspiration on the website, such as: 

  • the hedgehog challenge, walking 3km a day, the distance a hedgehog can cover each night, or
  • the migration challenge, walking 96,000 steps over the course of the week, the number of kilometres an Arctic tern can travel when migrating.

This year has brought into sharp focus the value of natural spaces close to home for so many people. The Wildlife Trusts want to see 30% of the UK’s lands and seas protected and restored for nature by 2030 so everyone is able to benefit from a daily dose of nature. By taking part in the Big Wild Walk week and raising funds for The Wildlife Trusts you will be helping us achieve this vision. 

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