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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Benefits of…bowls

Benefits of…bowls

Playing bowls is usually associated with people aged over 55, but is in fact a great way to take gentle exercise at any age, while enjoying peaceful surroundings and good...

Mark LawrenceTunbridge Wells Everyday Active Champion

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Ladies recreational football

Ladies recreational football

Women’s veterans and recreational football is becoming more and more popular. It’s all about fun, companionship and support with a little bit of football added in. There’s no need to...

Sarah JohnsonThanet's Everyday Active Champion

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