Sport Ireland and the national network of Local Sports Partnerships have teamed up once again with RTÉ’s Operation Transformation by organising a number of nationwide walks for Saturday 7th January 2017 at 9.30am.
OPERATION TRANSFORMATION WALK IN MONAGHAN – SATURDAY 7TH JANUARY
FOLLOWED BY LOCAL OPERATION MOTIVATION WALKS
The official Operation Transformation National Walks take place nationwide on Saturday 7th January at 9.30am.
Monaghan Sports Partnership is the local organiser for the Monaghan walk taking place in Monaghan Town and using the Greenway.
People of all ages and abilities are welcome and families can bring pushchairs / buggies but please ensure that your child’s transportation is suitable to travel along the gravel paths. For safety reason, dogs are not permitted (with the exception of guide dogs). Meet up at Monaghan Harps GAA grounds, (off the Old Cross Square roundabout) with registration at 9.00am. Organisers are hoping for an even bigger turn out this year. The walk will take approximately 45mins to 1 hour.
Parkrun supports Operation Transformation
Saturday 14th January sees Parkrun kick-start its new year activities and welcome along new members wishing to start the year the healthy way – Park Run is available every Saturday at 9.30am at Lough Muckno Castleblayney. It is supported by a dedicated team, of volunteers and entry to ParkRun each week is FREE – simply register at www.parkrun.ie Parkrun provides the basis for people starting off who are following the Operation Transformation programme on television and aim to be able to run 5km distance by 18th February for the national 5km run.
Following the Operation Transformation Walk, why not join a local group for continued walks into Spring. There are regular walks taking place in the following locations;
Check out Monaghan Sports Partnership facebook page or contact 042-9755126 for more information.