[Skip to content]

  • High Contrast
  • High Contrast
  • Normal Contrast
George Eliot Hospital - NHS Trust
Search our Site
Advanced Search How To Find Us

Walk and Talk (weekly walk for patients who have experienced cancer)

George Eliot Hospital is celebrating the third year of hosting its friendly regular walking group, ‘Walk & Talk’, to allow people to share cancer advice and experiences. Nursing Specialists run their walking group in Riversley Park, Nuneaton every Tuesday.

Please note: Walk and Talk sessions have been postponed until further notice in line with current government guidance https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

Walk and Talk July 2019

Please note: Walk and Talk sessions have been postponed until further notice

About the Walk and Talk Group

These walks are open to any patients who has been affected by cancer, their partners or friends, giving people the opportunity to share their experiences, to listen to those of others, and to get advice from the team’s specialist nurses. They will help you get fitter too!
The George Eliot Hospital wants to encourage everyone who has been affected by cancer to come along, as they often make patients feel more confident and better supported.
Exercise and keeping fit can have a positive effect on the health and wellbeing of everyone, and this is a great opportunity to stay active during the week, whilst meeting new people. 
Macmillan Oncology Breast Clinical Nurse Specialist, Alison Syborn said: “People have made friends during our walks, and even meet them socially away from the group. The walks have helped their confidence meeting up with people again, especially if they are still not back at work. “Walkers look forward to coming each week come rain or shine.”

For further information about the walks contact Alison on 0787 659 0687