Living Sport Netwalking events provide the chance to connect with new business contacts, share knowledge and skills with like-minded professionals and catch up with familiar acquaintances, whilst taking some gentle exercise and being outside.
Netwalking with Living Sport
They’re back! Our popular informal Netwalking events attract businesses of all sizes from a wide range of industry sectors and most importantly, they are free to attend.
The Chamber of Commerce Netwalking in Cambridge will take place on Wednesday 20th October 2021 from 5pm to 7pm and consist of a gentle circular route walk around central Cambridge. This will then be followed by refreshments.
The aim of these events is to bring together a variety of businesses and organisations from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough so that we can not only share the good work that Living Sport does but also provide a platform for collaboration and partnerships across the county.
Our Netwalking events provide the chance to connect with new business contacts, share knowledge and skills with like-minded professionals and catch up with familiar acquaintances, whilst taking some gentle exercise and being outside.
You will also meet Living Sport staff, so if your company is considering working with us it will be the ideal opportunity to ask about the benefits of becoming a sponsor, volunteer or partner and discover what you can expect to gain from joining our organisation.
We will naturally cancel in the event of particularly inclement weather and will notify participants before noon on the day of the event. All participants take part at their own risk and sign up to do so with that knowledge. At each event, we’ll host a charity raffle and so ask you kindly to bring along a few pounds in support.
The event is free, but donations are welcome.
Living Sport is a charity working across Cambridgeshire & Peterborough and part of the national network of Active Partnerships significantly funded by Sport England from the National Lottery. Our strategic aim is “Improving health and wellbeing by supporting people to get active” with a focus on increasing participation in sport and physical activity for those in targeted areas of identified need and amongst older people, disabled people and those with a long term health conditions.