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Join us for our #WorldHelloDay Web Walk

World Hello

World Hello Day is an international annual celebration on 21st November, helping to promote the importance of communication within our communities. It’s all about making the effort to say “hello” to new people and feeling a part of the community.

Family walking

This year to celebrate #WorldHelloDay, Access Lincoln and Sustrans has organised a ‘web walk’ on Saturday 18th November at 10am. A web walk is a led walk in which there are multiple start locations that join together along the way and finally meet in the middle like a spider’s web!

There will be six starting points at all corners of Lincoln that will come together to meet at St Mary le Wigford Church for tea and cake at 11am.

Start your walk and join in from any of starting points below:

  • West Common (Alderman’s Walk) - join in at the Grandstand
  • South Common (Queens Park Community Hub) – join in outside Lincoln City FC
  • Boultham Library
  • The Plough (Newark Road)
  • Lincoln County Hospital (Main Entrance) – join in at the Arboretum
  • Bishop Grosseteste – join in at Newport Arch


Everyone is invited to take part, from all ages and abilities. The walks are all less than 2 miles and a fun activity pack will be provided for children to make the walk even more exciting. Be sure to say Hello to all the people you pass on the way!

For more information and details of the event, please contact the Access Lincoln team.  


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Last updated: 9 November 2017

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