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Hebden Bridge

Clare Balding joins a couple who have discovered walking is a wonderful way to help their three adopted children, all of whom have experienced emotional difficulties.

Clare Balding continues her series of talking to, or about, those who have a real passion for walking. As a teacher, heavily involved with the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme, Lynn had always known how beneficial it was for young people to get out into the countryside but when she and her partner Jacqueline, adopted three siblings, who had all experienced emotional difficulties, walking took on a new significance. While the three children, all under ten, find it difficult to be in a confined space together, when out walking they become more co-operative, calmer and can begin to enjoy all it means to be a family. They take Clare on one of their favourite walks from their home in Hebden Bridge.
Producer: Lucy Lunt.

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Presenter Clare Balding
Producer Lucy Lunt

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