SHORT and long health walks are continuing in the Wee County.

The Braveheart charity is running its Walk and Talk events with routes suitable for beginners as well as for those looking for a longer stroll.

People who are looking to get outside in a bid to get fitter and healthier are being invited to join the weekly walks.

Each Tuesday, a walk starts from outside the Bowmar Centre in Alloa at 12noon, taking participants along a rout to the Black Devon Wetlands.

On a Wednesday, Braveheart is meeting outside wards 1 and 2 at Clackmannanshire Community Healthcare Centre at 11am for a short flat circular route or a stroll to the pond at Inglewood.

And each Thursday, the group meets outside Sauchie Hall at 11am for a short circular route or for a longer walk to Sauchie Tower.

The shorter circular routes are ideal for those with buggies as well as for wheelchair users.

Due to coronavirus restrictions the usual offer for a cuppa and a chat indoors after walks are unable to go ahead.

However, people are welcome to bring their own for the walks.

People can visit for more information about the charity and activities on offer.