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Clarity Walk switches to no-fee membership in May as mental wellbeing initiative makes strides

By Imogen James

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The group after the first walk.
The group after the first walk.

HIGHLAND mental health charity Clarity Walk is switching to having a no-fee membership in May.

Established by Matt Wallace in 2019, the charity seeks to bring people together in nature with walks in a bid to create stronger communities and improve mental health.

There are daily walks for different abilities, including a men’s only session.

Founder Mr Wallace is delighted that he can now offer a free service. During lockdown he switched to a paying membership system to help the service survive.

“With the future looking bright we are now in a position to switch the community side back to a no-fee membership to further our impact in the community by reaching and supporting more people who need our help,” Mr Wallace said.

Ord Hill walk outing planned for men

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