Walk the Talk: How to ensure continuous support for the refugees and asylum seekers?

Walk the Talk is a series of themed, facilitated walks exploring topical social issues while enjoying landscape and wildlife on the edge of Clifton. Our group meets on a monthly basis, and consists of members of general public as well as representatives from local agencies and community organisations. Walk the Talk is a great opportunity to discuss current social issues and learn about the work being done in Nottingham while improving your wellbeing.

The 16th of June marks the start of the Refugee Week – with a full programme of activities and events – but are we doing enough throughout the rest of the year to support refugees and asylum-seekers locally?  While exploring landscape and wildlife of Clifton countryside, you will be asked to discuss our latest theme – how to ensure continuous support for the refugees and asylum seekers?

Facilitators will be on hand to encourage discussions and at the end of the walk will provide you with refreshments, and record key points discussed during the walk.

Those travelling to the walk by tram are entitled to purchase an ‘event ticket’ at a reduced price but to do so your place must be booked beforehand via Eventbrite and your receipt shown to the ticket inspector if requested.

It’s time to walk the talk.

Please wear sensible footwear and clothing. We will be leaving the Communities Hub at 10:10


To book your place please visit our Eventbrite


All activities at Communities Hub are supported by Nottingham Trams.