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WALK, TALK AND BREW - WALKING GROUPS WITH A DIFFERENCE

With groups in locations across the UK, Walk, Talk and Brew is one of the methods used by Who Dares Cares to support, Armed Forces members, Blue Light personnel and others living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

PURPOSE, AIMS AND GOALS OF WALK, TALK AND BREW

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Walk, Talk and Brew is an original event and activity designed and set up by founders of Who Dares Cares, Calum MacLeod and Colin MacLachlan. It was thought of and created around an idea of giving veterans and those who experience mental health problems a safe place to socialise with others in similar circumstances, a safe place to talk if they wished to and a place to be advised of services within Who Dares Cares and Mental Health Services that may be of benefit to them. This is all whilst engaging in some light exercise that can be beneficial for an individual’s mental health and building confidence gradually in social settings and activities.

 

Our Walk, Talk and Brew walking groups are expanding throughout the United Kingdom. If you would like to become a Walk, Talk and Brew Coordinator for the charity please visit our become a volunteer page.

 

 A list of our groups and coordinators are below. Should you wish to contact one of our coordinators please send us an email to wdc@who-dares-cares.com.

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SCOTLAND

WEST LOTHIAN WALK, TALK AND BREW GROUP

Point of Contact: George Ross / Neil Brown

Walk, Talk and Brew: Sunday 25 February 2024

Start Point: Livingston Civic Centre

Time: 10:00 hrs

Duration: 1-2 hours

STRATHCLYDE WALK, TALK AND BREW GROUP

Point of Contact: Calum MacLeod / Jason King

Next Walk, Talk and Brew: Sunday 4 February 2024

Start Point: Calderglen Zoo and Country Park, East Kilbride

Time: 08:15 hrs

Duration: 1-2 hours

ENGLAND

NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK WALK, TALK AND BREW GROUP

Point of Contact: Al Gordon

Next Walk, Talk and Brew: Sunday 11 February 2024

Start Point: The Village Maid, 71 The Street, Lowestoft

Time: 10:45 hrs

Duration: 1-2 Hours

EAST SUSSEX WALK, TALK AND BREW GROUP

Point of Contact: Rick Plummer

Next Walk, Talk and Brew: Sunday 11 February 2024

Start Point: Friston Forest, Butchershole Bottom

Time: 10:00 hrs

Duration: 1-2 hours

GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND COTSWOLDS WALK, TALK AND BREW GROUP

Point of Contact: Willie Young

Next Walk, Talk and Brew: TBC

Start Point: TBC

Time: TBC

Duration: 1-2 hours

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'WHO DARES CARES'
- WHAT DOES OUR MOTTO MEAN?

The meaning of our motto and charity name is that we dare you to care, to become active in our charity work, to support our activities and to take part and raise funds to help our future activities.

Want to find out more about how our Walk, Talk and Brew groups could help you? Give us a call on 07341 872805.

You can also send Who Dares Cares a message via our contact form.

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