Improving health through volunteer-led activities in the community


Well Together provides a range of interesting, sociable, health-led activities delivered by dedicated activity volunteers. Our activities are free and run across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven, in wheelchair-accessible venues. There are many groups available, including crafting, peer support and walking, and there is no limit to how many of these you can join.

Well Together is for adults aged 18 years or over and we welcome service users with long term health conditions. We do ask that people must be independent enough to leave their home un-aided and be well enough to access an activity in the local community run by a volunteer.

How can you access the service?

You can self-refer to this service by either calling 01274 259190 or by completing the self-referral form (see below).  GPs and other health professionals wanting to make a referral on behalf of a patient can do this using the professionals’ referral form (below).  

Once you have been referred to Well  Together, one of our team will contact you to find out what your interests are and match you to one of our many activities.

Download a referral form for GPs and other health professionals. You can also download a referral information sheet for professionals for advice and guidance on making a referral.

What we offerFell Good Group on Teams

Currently we are hosting some groups that meet in person and some that run virtually on-line.

Our walking groups are based across the district and are led by our trained volunteer walk leaders. For details on the range of activities and walks, please click on the links below.

Please note, some of our activity and walking groups are currently limited in numbers of people allowed to attend due to COVID-19.

Download our current activity list and our current walk list for January 2023. 

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Walking groupsGroup of walkers along a river

We offer a range of health-led walks across the district led by trained volunteer walk leaders. Please see the walking list for more details and contact Well Together on 01274 259190 or email before attending a walk, to make sure there is a place is available for you. Our numbers are limited to 15 walkers per Walk Leader due to COVID-19.

Well Together Walks training package

Well Together offer a bespoke walk leader training for anyone who would like to become a Volunteer Walk Leader for our service. You will be helping people in your community to get active and healthy, providing vital support that they otherwise might not get. As well as ensuring our walks are friendly, safe, and well run, walk leaders are also ambassadors for walking, showing people that walking really can make a big difference to their lives.

We also offer walk leader training to people wishing to lead a walk for other organisations or areas for a small cost. Please contact our service for more details.

Walk leader application form.

How can you access the service?

To access our services, you can complete the self-referral form  and email the completed version to or complete the self-referral form at the bottom of the page.


Phone: 01274 259190 Email:

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Well Together self-referral

This form is for the referral of suitable service users to volunteer-led activities, delivered by Well Together.

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