Operation Transformation and Sport Ireland are teaming up once more this year to deliver a number of special nationwide sporting events.
Last Saturday, January 9, the people of Longford came out in their droves to kickstart their own journey by walking along the canal Slí na Sláinte route with Longford Sports Partnership.
Weekly walks will take place on Saturdays throughout the county for the next five weeks, with the next one taking place this Saturday, January 16 in Mostrim at 10am, starting from the National School.
The walks will come to an end in late February with the Operation Transformation 5k fun run/walk on Saturday, February 20 in the Mall Complex.
A fun and healthy event for all, the walks are open to everyone – regardless of age or fitness level.
For more information or to register your interest for any of the events, please contact Dympna on 043 3343450 or email email@example.com. Also keep updated with the Sports Partnership’s activities by following them on Facebook.
The people of Bunlahy got their walking shoes on too last weekend, getting their Operation Transformation off to an enthusiastic start, before an exercise class on Tuesday last.
Organised by Bunlahy Area Action Group, the full Bunlahy programme consists of seven Sunday walks at 10am, six Tuesday evening exercise classes in the Canon Kelly Hall at 8pm and two social dance classes on Tuesdays February 23 and March 1 in Creegan’s.
There is still time to register for this year's Get Out, Get Active initiative in Ballinalee by contacting Micheal Carrigy or Michael O'Sullivan. Lights on the pitch will be on from 7-10pm Monday to Friday.
Fitness class with Lauara Doyle are on every Wednesday from 7-8pm in the Thomas Ashe Hall. Boot camp on Thursday night every Thursday night from 8-9pm at the pitch. There is also a 6km walk every Sunday from the pitch at 9pm. Check out Clonbroney Get Out, Get Active facebook page for info.