Events

Nordic Walk at Mill Dam Park, Kirkby.
Cost: Free

This is the final walk of a 4 week block of Nordic walks taking place at Mill Dam Park in Kirkby.                                                                                     Led by Pauline Whitby from the Community Health Development Team and supported through funding from Merseyside Sports Partnership. The walk starts and finishes at Mill Dam Park.

Please register your interest as we are limited to 15 participants per walk.

Nordic walking is a specific training technique, designed to target 90% of all body muscle. It reduces pressure on knees and joints, and is great for those with back, neck or shoulder problems. The specially designed poles make it easier to work harder without muscle fatigue.


Are you a Knowsley resident?
Friday 1st March
Cost: Free

Rustic Furniture Making – 4 Week Volunteer Programme.

Thanks to funding from Merseyside Sports Partnership, we will be working with Knowsley residents and a local wood worker to produce a willow chair to be displayed and used at the Centre.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided.


Nordic Walk at NWC
Thursday 7th March
Cost: Free

SORRY – THIS WALK IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. PLEASE CALL US ON 0151 738 1913 TO REGISTER YOU INTEREST FOR FUTURE WALKS.

This is the first of a 4 week block of Nordic walks here at the Centre. Led by Pauline Whitby from the Community Health Development Team and supported through funding from Merseyside Sports Partnership.                               The walk starts and finishes at the National Wildflower Centre café, Court Hey Park.

Please register your interest as we are limited to 15 participants per walk.

Nordic walking is a specific training technique, designed to target 90% of all body muscle. It reduces pressure on knees and joints, and is great for those with back, neck or shoulder problems. The specially designed poles make it easier to work harder without muscle fatigue.


Nordic Walk at NWC
Thursday 14th March
Cost: Free

SORRY – THIS WALK IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. PLEASE CALL US ON 0151 738 1913 TO REGISTER YOU INTEREST FOR FUTURE WALKS.

This is the second of a 4 week block of Nordic walks here at the Centre. Led by Pauline Whitby from the Community Health Development Team and supported through funding from Merseyside Sports Partnership.                                       The walk starts and finishes at the National Wildflower Centre café, Court Hey Park.

Please register your interest as we are limited to 15 participants per walk.

Nordic walking is a specific training technique, designed to target 90% of all body muscle. It reduces pressure on knees and joints, and is great for those with back, neck or shoulder problems. The specially designed poles make it easier to work harder without muscle fatigue.


Kite Making Workshop
Saturday 16th March
Cost: Free

1-3pm – Meet in the Friends Room.

Learn how to make your own kite and have ago flying it in the park.  Let’s hope for windy weather!

All materials provided.