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Walk4Life

Walk4Life

What better way to be active than getting involved in Walk4Life, part of the Change4Life campaign. Sponsored by ITV, Walk4Life a national campaign in getting the UK up and walking. Launched on 26th September 2010, walks all over the UK commenced at 11am.

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Minding The Garden, Hampshire

Minding the Garden helps people who are experiencing mental health issues and/or learning difficulties to take their first steps towards volunteering in the community.

Published by: Claire Williams 14.04.2011

 

Eastleigh Green Gym (South East)

The Eastleigh Green Gym project aimed to inspire local people over a two-year period to improve both their own health while also benefiting the environment at the same time.

Published by: Claire Williams 14.04.2011

 

Naturally Active

Naturally Active is a three-year initiative, which provides and promotes activities for people of all ages from the deprived wards of Dartford and Gravesham, in North-West Kent.

Published by: claire Williams 13.04.2011

 

Bike4Life at South of England Show

Change4Life went public with a whizz of wheels at the launch of a Bike4Life themed event stand for the 2009 South of England Agricultural Show.

Published by: Juliette Harmer 20.01.2010

 

Active Kent

Key to encouraging people to take up activity and make small changes to become healthier is the use of simple messages, and ensuring appropriate information on activity is available.

In order to assist in working towards this, the Active Kent website www.activekent.co.uk has been developed.

Published by: Elise Rendall 11.01.2010

 

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