Trinity’s Walk & Talk group takes place on the first Wednesday of every month at 11am. 

Led by Trinity’s Bereavement Co-ordinator, the Walk & Talk is for patients, family and friends of patients, bereaved family and friends, staff, volunteers, and Compassionate Neighbours.  

The group will walk around Clapham Common to encourage informal conversation about whatever they wish to share. It is therefore a good option for people who like to connect with others in a similar situation, who are mobile enough to move around the Common for between 45-60 minutes at a gentle pace and who enjoy being outside.

Please note, people taking part in the Walk & Talk do so at their own risk and while you are of course welcome to stop and rest or decide not to continue along the way, you should feel confident that you are well and mobile enough to take part.  

If you are a current Trinity patient, you are a family member or friend of a patient, a Trinity staff member or volunteer, a Compassionate Neighbour or someone who has been bereaved after a family member or friend was cared for at Trinity, please join us for Walk & Talk. 

There is no need to book into the Walk & Talk in advance or be referred, all are welcome on the day. The meeting point for the Walk & Talk is the reception at Trinity.

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