PILTON COMMUNITY HEALTH PROJECT VOLUNTEERS ‘WALK’ AWAY WITH AN AWARD!
We are delighted to announce that the Pilton Community Health Project walking volunteers have won an award from the Scottish charity Paths for All.
The award for ‘Health Walk Volunteer group of the Year’ will be presented by Shona Robison MSP at the charity’s annual celebration ceremony ‘Celebrating Scotland’s Walking Champions’ tomorrow (Tuesday 4 Novomber) at the Scottish Parliament.
The ceremony recognises the achievements of volunteers from across the country and their contribution to making Scotland more active.
The Pilton Community Health Project walking volunteers have won the award for their dedication and team spirit; this has been key to the success and expansion of the walking programme.
The team consists of eleven highly motivated volunteers who are all passionate about walking and how it can address health inequalities. Without them, the project wouldn’t be able to offer an increasingly wide range of opportunities for local people.
Together they effectively manage the walking groups and help others take steps toward improving their health and wellbeing.
Congratulations to all!