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Organise a walk this month and raise money for life saving research!

National Walking Month

Why not help celebrate National Walking Month by organising your own walk this May and raise money for the British Heart Foundation's life saving research.

The British Heart Foundation's physical activity specialist, Lisa Young, explains why walking is great, not only for your health, but also as a way to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.

"Walking is a fantastic way to keep active and maintain a healthy heart as it is fun, flexible and free."  

"By taking part in Just Walk, you can help us to support the 7 million people living with heart and circulatory disease in the UK. You can walk wherever and whenever suits you, and it’s an easy way to fundraise for the BHF.  Remember, every pound you raise will fund research that's so urgently needed to help us beat heart disease."

Join BHF and celebrate National Walking Month this May by signing up to Just Walk today. Let’s tell heart disease to take a hike.

Sign up to Just Walk

Walk to School Week
From Monday 15 May to Friday 19 May, why not Just Walk and take part in Walk to School Week. During this week, BHF are asking teachers, parents and children to put their best foot forward and challenge themselves to walk to school each day, whilst raising money for our life saving research.
For more info on Walk to School week, click here.