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Get ready for Operation Transformation walks!

Friday, 10th January, 2014 11:51am
Get ready for Operation Transformation walks!

Operation Transformation's Karl Henry.

Get ready for Operation Transformation walks!

Operation Transformation's Karl Henry.

Meath Local Sports Partnership and the ISC have linked up with RTE’s Operation Transformation Programme to promote the national walk day on Saturday 18th January.

There will be three walks in Meath all starting at 11am on Saturday 18th January.

Walk 1: TrimCastle distance 3.7km (along the Sli na Slainte route), meet in front of the castle.

Walk 2: Laytown distance 4km, meet at the train station carpark.

Walk 3: Mullagh, Kells distance 3.5km, meet at the Sports Complex

We welcome all ages and abilities along on the day and particularly would like to see families getting involved. The event is ideal for beginners to come out and give it a go. All children (accompanied by a parent) between 6yrs and 12yrs will receive a FREE Get Ireland Active high visibility vest.

Why not make a day of it and remember no matter what age you are it is never too late to start exercising. Come on! Let’s all show the nation what Meath can do.

Slí na Sláinte, means "Path to Health", so get your New Year’s Resolution moving on the right path by starting your own “physical activity transformation”!

For more information contact Meath LSP on 046-9067337 or email mlsp@meathcoco.ie


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