Kidderminster Stride and Stroll is an organised walking group dedicated to improve the health and well being of its participants by walking safely, comfortably and within a happy pleasant atmosphere.
We are one of the largest walking groups in the Midlands and are renowned for our sociable and welcoming approach
Our walks are generally held within the Wyre Forest district or other nearby areas in North Worcestershire, Staffordshire or Shropshire.
We hold five guided walks each Saturday and a short walk on Thursday. All of our walks are graded so that all levels of walkers from novice to experienced can take part.
There are no weekly fees or annual subscriptions to join our group and all are welcome.
Well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome on our walks.
For general enquiries about Stride and Stroll please call 07871 599 863
Why Join Us?
A better question would be Why Not Join Us! Come and give it a go and learn the benefits to you of regular walking.
It's simple and free to join Kidderminster Stride and Stroll. Just turn up at the stated venue 20 minutes before the walk is due to begin.
You will be asked to complete a Registration Form and asked some simple questions to decide which ability group would be best for you.
We only ask you to make sure you are wearing suitable clothes and footwear for the weather.
Register with one of the Walk Leaders who will be wearing a High visibility vest and then...
ENJOY THE WALK AND THE COMPANY!!
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To help suppress the spread of the Covid 19 virus.
ALL Stride and Stroll Thursday and Saturday walks are cancelled until further notice.
Please check the website and the
S & S answer phone for any updates.
The latest update from the government states groups of up to 6 people can meet as long as they keep to the social distance guidelines.
Some of our groups are meeting up in groups of 6 and doing walks.
These are social walks and not under the Stride and Stroll banner.
Please feel free to organise your own social walks in groups of 6 people.
But more importantly stay safe.
For details of the September 2021 walking holiday
See the social page.