Health Walks

Weekly walks are run out of Downs Leisure Centre in Seaford, Lewes Leisure Centre and Peacehaven Leisure Centre.

Wave’s Older Person’s Health Walk Group sessions have continued to grow in popularity. All the Health Walks are led by volunteer Health Walk Leaders who have received an accredited training qualification.

The Leaders plan the walk routes which accommodate the needs of all the walkers, and take into consideration the different fitness and mobility levels of the group. This ensures all walkers have an enjoyable and engaging session.
Why not come along and join in? The walks take between 45 minutes to an hour and are suitable for all ages and abilities. The weekly walks are free of charge, but a donation will get you a lovely cup of tea or coffee and a tasty biscuit to enjoy whilst chatting and socialising with your fellow walkers once you return to the centre after the walk.

Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes and arrive 10 minutes before the walk is due to start. We are sorry, but we are unable to accept dogs unless they are assistance dogs.

Walk Times

Downs Leisure Centre, Seaford

Thursday: 10:00am-11:00am 

Peacehaven Leisure Centre 

Monday: 2:00pm-3:00pm

Lewes Leisure Centre

Tuesday: 10:00am-11:00am

For further information, ask one of our friendly team in centre, call your chosen centre or email

We need more walk leaders!

Do you want to share your love of walking with others? We're looking for volunteer Health Walk Leaders! The Leaders plan the walk routes accommodating the needs of all the walkers and are there throughout the walk to motivate and support participants. Find out more about becoming a Health Walk Leader here.

Health Walkers raise money for the RNLI

In 2019, walkers from the Seaford and Peacehaven Health Walks attended six themed Charity Walks that were organised by the health walk leaders. A total of £900 was raised and was presented to crew members of the Newhaven RNLI. This large donation will pay for one full lifeboat crew members kit.

a group of walkers raising money for the RNLI