Current Projects

Where it is working

There are successful community projects all over the UK - there are just a few of these listed below!

We believe passionately in the benefits of being active and can help projects to use Nordic Walking in order to make a real difference! Our community package is a one stop shop for a sustainable, successful and inspirational programme.

If you would like any help or advice about how to bring Nordic Walking to your community - give us a call today on 0845 260 9339.

Our delivery partner projects:-

• Northants sports partnership Read more

• Bucks & MK sports partnership
• Active Sefton
• Sensio Community Leisure
• City of York council
• North Lincs council
• Aquaterra Leisure
• Integrated Falls service - St Georges Hospital.
• Lewisham NHS
• Torbay Care trust Read more

• Tone leisure
• East Dorset DC
• Step out for health
• Horsham DC
• Age UK Newham
• Newham BC
• B Active NB Fit
• East Cheshire Council
• Rutland Council
• Parents 1st
• Flintshire council


Just some of our other success stories so far .......

• South West Essex PCT
• Camden PCT
• Healthworks Newcastle
• GO Active – Oxfordshire*
• Age Concern Berkshire
• Manchester PCT
• Pickaquoy Centre – Orkney
• Edinburgh Greenspace Trust
• Ceredigion Council – GP referral team
• Poole Borough Council
• Sportspace - Dacorum Sports Trust
• Haringey Council
• Worthing Borough Council
• Salford Leisure services
• Mansfield District Council
• Hertfordshire County Council
• Somerset County Council
• Antrim Borough Council
• Gwynedd Council
• Anglesey Council
• Age Concern Cymru
• Age Concern – Hampshire and Surrey
• Hertfordshire Sports Partnership
• Conwy Borough council
• Stevenage Borough Council
• Denbighshire BC
• Dudley Borough Council
• Greenwich PCT
• Milton Keynes Council
• Age Concern Newham*
• Wilts County Council
• Somerset Adult Learning
• London Borough of Hillingdon
• London Borough of Camden
• Homerton Hospital staff wellness
• QCH London staff wellness
• Liverpool PCT*
• Darlington Council

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We held a taster session yesterday and to our surprise 45 people attended – we had done mini flyers, placed it in a local newsletter so we were surprised but pleased.
After the session 28 people wished to attend the ‘Learn to Nordic’ course so that is something to keep us busy after Christmas. The walks are doing well across the 4 walks we have 60 people attending regularly. All 4 walks will be weekly after Christmas. We’ll be training 12 walk leaders in February!
Active Sefton
Over 1,000 people have participated in the project which has involved a mix of NWUK independent Instructors and our own team across the county. We are now cascade training our own Nordic walk leaders in order to keep up with the waiting lists!
Next step is to trial the NWUK weight loss plan with 3 GP surgeries, so watch this space.
Hendriette Thorn GO Active