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KICK OFF YOUR SHOES
Going barefoot is always fun.
STEP OUT IN THE CITY
You don't have to head for the country hills to enjoy the outdoors ban
Routes, which take in cities and towns; routes less than three miles long are
Look out for barefoot trails, like
walks can be just as invigorating. Check out ramblers.org.uk for Ramblersthe one on Trentham Estate in
free to access. Also, urban walking route planner walkit.com is a free-to-use filled with stimulating surfaces
website that helps you create linear routes from A to B, or circular walks, to walk on including mud. bark.
i hay and pebbles. The National
a quick lunchtime walk at work or plan a Saturday stroll. Or how about takingTrust (nationaltrust.org.uk) also
a mindful' walk? Urban Curiosity (urbancuriosity.co.uk) offers 'walkshops'lists places for barefoot walks
1as part of its '50 things to do
taking from 15 minutes to up to four hours - handy whether you want to enjoy
around London, plus e-courses that deliver daily emails encouraging you to get
out and see your city (anywhere in the world) in a refreshing new light.
before you're 114 project.
Spring is a super time to
encourage the kids to get
GET FIT IN
THE FRESH AIR
Everyone loves a treasure hunt!
Go geocaching (geocaching.com)
a giant countrywide hunt
where you follow online GPS
coordinates to find toys and
bric-a-brac. When you locate
the 'treasure' you can take
something but do replace it
with another prize
You can join in all sorts of groups
green-fingered and out in theto enjoy outdoor exercise in a
fresh air, says Andy Baxter sociable environment. Get on
your bike with letsride.co.uk
(internetgardener.co.uk). Easy organises a whole range of small
veg to grow in March, April and local rides suitable for families
Iand beginners, as well as large
1 traffic-free rides through towns
he suggests. You don't need a and cities. Or search for 'traffic-
peas, spinach and rhubarb
Treasuretrails.co.uk offers 1,200
trails across the UK (from £6.99);
choose from a treasure hunt
murder mystery or spy trail, then
hunt for answers on buildings
huge veg patch these hardy
plants will even grow in pots on
a patio or outdoor windowsill.
Andy adds, 'Sunflowers are
another spring favourite
ree family rides' on the
sustrans.org.uk website for
cycling route suggestions
jogging's more your thing, join in
a local 5K Park Run for free-
they take place every Saturday
morning in parks all over the
country, and there are runs for
juniors, too. See parkrun.org.uk.
and monuments. If you live in or
grow so rapidly your kids will
near to London, discover the
capital's hidden places and
history for free at cityhunt.co.uk.
Coax a reluctant young
CLEAN UP YOUR ACT!
Be a litter warrior and do your bit for the environment at the
same time by taking a bin bag out and picking up rubbish
lying around your community parks and streets. Join forces
with a litter-picking event in your area or get advice on
a journey stick. You'll
organising your own clean-up from keepbritaintidy.com some rubber bands
and keepscotlandbeautiful.org. Beaches need cleaning too.
If you live near the coast you can help clear it of plastic it things you find, like
fallen leaves, flowers
pollution on a Beachwatch Beach Clean organised by the
Marine Conservation Society or Surfers Against Sewage. Join
in an organised event, or get help to organise your own
beach clean-up- find out more at mcsuk.org and sas.org.uk.
and feathers. The idea
and becomes a lovely
memento of the walk