Health & Well Being

This year the GAA have launched a Healthy Club Project involving clubs throughout the county. At this years AGM, Gerry Cooney was appointed Health & Well Being Office for Walterstown GFC.
The aim of GAA Healthy Club Project is, with the support of the HSE, to explore the potential of the GAA club as a setting in which to promote the health and wellbeing of club members and the wider community. EvaHealthluation activity included pre and post engagement with participating clubs and communities, which included executive committee representatives, healthy club officers, club members, programme participants, and service providers. The GAA Healthy Club Project (HCP) was created to better support clubs all over Ireland and beyond in responding to and supporting the health and wellbeing of their members and the communities they serve.

 

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Walterstown Walk Way

Walterstown WalkWayStarting Point is at the lower end of the car park, across from the
Juvenile Pitch.
Walterstown Walkway: Phase 1
On the Love Your Club day signs were placed around the grounds marking out a 1.25 km track. The idea is to develop
over a period of time, a defined walk way where anyone can walk/ jog/ run around the ground to keep fit or just to have
a chat. If you are interested in doing a couch to 5k this is a great way to start. Instead of just dropping and collecting,
why not take time out and help improve your personal fitness and meet other parents from the club.
Phase 1: Measuring distance
Placement of Signs
Cross cut grass to define pathway

walt walk 1

Walterstown WalkWay    Starting Point is at the lower end of the car park, across from the Juvenile Pitch.

walt walk 2
With the aid of future fundraising we hope to develop the
pathway further so that eventually it will be a clearly defined
walk. With Phase 1 now complete our attention will focus on
Phase 2.