Walk + Talk


Supported by the Household Cavalry Associations, the Household Cavalry Foundation and the AFCFT, Walk+Talk is an activation created by and supported within the Military App.

All Walk+Talk groups and events can be found within the Military App platform, however, walks are open to veterans and families from any Regiment.

It is always good to connect with a member from your Regimental family or those with shared experiences across the military community. Whether you served together or not, or just share the loyalty of a unifying set of values, it is worth taking the time. And now more than ever we need to strengthen in-person peer support and encourage positive physical and mental well-being within our community.

Walk+Talk is a simple and easy way to connect on your doorstep. We already have over 70+ monthly Walk+Talk events established across the UK (and some internationally) which is over 600 touch points every year. And it is quickly growing...

Peer support and engagement is one of the best ways to strengthen a community and build a proactive approach to supporting positive mental and physical health. And what better way to do this than getting outside in the fresh air with one or two people we can instantly relate to and look out for.

If you like, bring a dog, bring a brew, bring the kids... Just follow these simple steps…

Would you like to JOIN a walk in your area?

You can join Walk+Talks as a member of the Military App Community - this means that either your Regiment needs to have Community membership or you can be invited by a Walk Leader. All Walk+Talk groups and events are advertised within the Military App.

Would you like to LEAD a walk in your area?

If you are a member of the Military App and would like to lead a new Walk+Talk, either complete the form in the pinboard of the App or complete the web form below and we will take it from there.

For FAQ and more details on Walk+Talk please visit the Military App website here:

Walk+Talk - more infoWalk+Talk - Safeguarding and Risk Assessments