Charity creates accessible walking routes through our beautiful Island

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The Footprint Trust charity is keen that everyone can get out and enjoy their local environment.

They have arranged two free gentle summer strolls for families, suitable for people with mobility restrictions including those who use wheelchairs or pushchairs.

Run by trained walk leaders from The Footprint Trust, and supported by grant funding from the East Wight Landscape Partnership, they will be held in the East Wight area during July and August.

The walks will take in places of interest such as, Sandown Community Orchard and the River Medina.

They will take people out into the beautiful Isle of Wight landscape, along routes which are accessible for all.

Footprint Trust

The trust are also producing maps of six local strolls, which will be put on their website in the near future and will also be given to local libraries.

For further details and to book a free place, please contact The Footprint Trust on 01983 822282 or email ray@footprint-trust.co.uk

The Footprint Trust is an educational charity based on the Isle of Wight. Set up in 2002 to promote sustainable living, delivered through practical projects.

The Trust is well known for helping low income Island families, through its energy efficiency work.

It also manages nature conservation sites and works in schools and family centres, delivering fun workshops on growing food, saving money and environmental issues.

The charity is a recipient of the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the MBE for that sector.


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