On Saturday last, 13th January, RTE’s Operation Transformation teamed up once again with Sport Ireland and Local Sports Partnerships to organise the Operation Transformation National Walks 2018. This year Waterford Sports Partnership was delighted to host three walks along the Waterford Greenway in Dungarvan, Kilmacthomas and Waterford.
Almost 400 participants turned up on a cold, damp morning, to explore the Waterford Greenway and start their 2018 in a positive, healthy and active way! Waterford Sports Partnership staff led warm-ups at each location before participants young and not so young headed off on the walks. Participants were spoiled for choice as they had the option of taking on a 3km and 5km walk as they kick started their own Operation Transformation.
The Greenway is off road as it has been built on the old Waterford Railway Line from Waterford City to Dungarvan and is predominately flat so it’s fully accessible, safe and enjoyable for all levels and abilities. This scenic route has been well used and enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.
Keep your transformation on track and join one of our many programmes taking place this January across Waterford. Check out www.waterfordsportspartnership.ie for more information or follow us on Facebook
There are already local communities in Waterford that are running their own Operation Transformation programmes including Ardmore, Kinsalebeg and Aglish. Why not get something up and running in your community or start a group with your friends, family or work colleagues – it’s never too late to take the first step!
For more information please contact Eadaoin Loughman on 076 110 2199 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Article Modified: December 14, 2018 11:43 am