Take a walk on the wild side, and help business on the way

There’s a Netwalk at South Norwood Lakes this Friday at 8am.

Netwalking is a way for local business owners and professionals to get to know one another, while enjoying a healthy and energising morning stroll through a beautiful local park.

The walk lasts approximately 45 minutes around the lake and through the woods, a remnant of the ancient Great North Wood. For those able to stay longer, there will be a chance for tea and coffee made over the fire at the basecamp in the woods.

Meet at the Woodvale Avenue entrance to the park, by the Waterside Centre.

It’s free to attend, but please email the organisers – netwalking@wildinthecity.org.uk – so that they know that you’re coming.

Wild in the City is a Croydon-based community interest company.

“We support well-being through connection to nature in London’s green and wild spaces.

“We offer bushcraft and traditional skills to children and adults living and working in London. Our services support those living or working in the capital to develop positive relationships in and with nature, and feel more connected with people and place. We’re building a community of people who gather in nature for fun, to learn and feel good.”

A brisk walk in the open before work is good for your health, and potentially also for your business contacts

Netwalking is part of a Wild Working programme supporting well-being at work by encouraging office workers to spend more time in green spaces. “Why wait until the weekend to benefit from time in nature when connection can be part of your working day?” say Wild in the City.

For more information visit http://wildinthecity.org.uk/product/netwalking-3/.

They are expanding our Netwalks throughout Croydon, so get in touch if you would like to become a volunteer walk leader.


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