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netwalking south west

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'Social entrepreneurs are individuals with innovative solutions

to society’s most pressing social problems. They are ambitious

and persistent, tackling major social issues and offering new ideas

for wide-scale change.'


So . .  having just completed my year with the Bristol School

of Social Entrepreneurs, and whilst I am still very much in the process of defining what that means for me, I am committed

to social and cultural change, and developing

this 'walking and talking' model

to make a difference, . .  

why netwalking? 

"The problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved

by the same level of thinking that created them".


Albert Einstein

  • We currently spend more time sitting than sleeping.

  • More time inside than out.

  • More time static than moving

  • More time in action than in considered reflection

It doesn't take a room full of health professionals, philosophers

and academics to tell us this isn't going to end well . .

whether this is an increase in obesity, a greater risk of heart disease

and diabetes not to mention our mental health and wellbeing,

it is simply a matter of common sense, or as Albert said . .

"I very much enjoyed the netwalking event, it was great to meet so many new people, to be outside, feeling healthy and totally at ease striking up conversations with new people. The vibe was somehow different -

though we were talking business, it didn’t feel like it. The conversations flowed along with the walk, and the quality of conversations

seemed to run deeper. I would recommend netwalking."

Julie Kenyon from icopywrite at WOTB Netwalking event - Sept 14

tel. +44(0)1173779231

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We are sitting approximately 9.3 hours a day,

more than we are sleeping at 7.7

values driven business with a social conscience

“Now shall I walk

or shall I ride?

'Ride,' Pleasure said;

'Walk,' Joy replied.”