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Join us. Let’s Walk.
Posted on: January 14th 2020
Section: Member news


We would like to invite you to join Let’s Walk, Devon’s biggest Workplace Walking Challenge, launching this February 2020.

Join the Let’s Walk Challenge!

Join hundreds of business across Devon taking part in the Let’s Walk month-long walking challenge in February!

Get a team of colleagues together, record your steps, compete against other businesses across Devon, climb the leader board and be in with a chance to win great prizes!

Find out more and register your interest to take part in the challenge today at www.ActiveDevon.org/Lets-Walk

A little change makes a big difference.

Transform your health, your business and the world around you.

You can. Let’s Walk.

The Let’s Walk campaign is all about how little changes make a big difference to you, your business and the world around us. The campaign aims to get:

• People at work thinking about their health and the power of walking, then walking more to work, in work and at weekends

• People at work engaging more with their community and environment by walking more

• Businesses to support a walk-friendly culture and show commitment and leadership towards a more sustainable future

Register your interest today and we can support you and your colleagues to take part in the challenge.

Thank you,

The Let’s Walk Team

If you have any questions, please contact Emily.vanvliet@activedevon.org

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