Winter walk planned for Seaton Park
Aberdeen City Council's Ranger Service is inviting local residents to take part in the next in a series of the popular Health Walks programme.
Countryside Ranger Ruth Bone will lead a group round Seaton Park on Thursday [31 January]. Walkers are asked to meet at Seaton Park car park off Don Street beside the play area at 2pm.
Ruth said: "If your New Year's resolution is to walk more, it is not too late to get going and a gentle stroll around Seaton Park is a great way to start.
"Some of the paths may be wet or muddy so wellies or sturdy footwear is recommended. There will also be a chance for keen walkers to extend the walk to the Brig O' Balgownie."
The walk is free but booking is required. It will be weather-dependent and Ruth will contact those taking part should the decision be taken to postpone.
For more information or to book call the Ranger Service on 01224 897400 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Health Walks programme was devised in partnership with NHS Grampian and the Forestry Commission Scotland and includes walks of varying intensity and length.
Leaflets describing all the routes in the Health Walks programme can be obtained from the NHS Grampian healthpoint at Aberdeen Indoor Market or downloaded online at www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/rangerservice.