The Florrie’s Men’s Walking Group to Host Special Walk at Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival attendees have a unique opportunity to join The Florrie’s Men’s Walking Group for a special walk on Friday, June 28th. The group, known for its commitment to supporting men’s mental health and well-being, will gather at the Tony Benn Tower at 10:00 am, with the walk starting at 10:30 am.

The Florrie’s Men’s Wellbeing Walks began in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 lockdown. They aim to assist men struggling with mental health, loneliness, addiction, and those simply seeking companionship and physical activity. The group provides a supportive platform for men to talk openly and support one another, helping to break the stigma surrounding men’s mental health. Beyond walking, The Florrie offers a range of activities through its Community Hub, including meditation and yoga, alongside counselling, therapy, and employment support.

This year marks the second time the group has organized a walk at Glastonbury Festival, reflecting their growing presence and the increasing recognition of the importance of mental well-being. Everyone at the festival is encouraged to participate.

There is no need for pre-registration; interested participants can simply show up at the designated meeting point. The walk promises to be a leisurely tour around the festival site, offering a chance to connect with others in a relaxed and supportive environment.

For more information, participants can contact The Florrie at This event is a wonderful opportunity for festival goers at Glastonbury to take a break from the festival’s hustle and bustle, enjoy a walk, and engage in meaningful conversations about mental health and well-being.