Staying active during COVID-19

Keeping active is more important now than ever. Being active in a way that is right for you can improve your physical health, help manage stress and anxiety and just generally make you feel better.

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Paul’s MS walking story

Paul’s MS walking story

Paul Jenkins was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2003, and has been living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) since being involved in a car accident when he was 19...

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Christine’s Story: Young Onset Dementia

Christine’s Story: Young Onset Dementia

Christine tells us how taking part in physical activity sessions for people living with young onset dementia has helped her.

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Vision for an active Cranbrook

Vision for an active Cranbrook

The historic market town Cranbrook sits at the extreme east of Tunbridge Wells borough in an area of outstanding natural beauty known as the Weald of Kent.  With a population...

Mark Lawrence

Mark LawrenceEveryday Active Champion

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Exercising safely during darker evenings

Exercising safely during darker evenings

As the hours of daylight get shorter, getting outside in the morning or evening to exercise becomes more challenging.  Don’t let the darker skies beat you though, you’re better than...

Mark Lawrence

Mark LawrenceEveryday Active Champion

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