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The Specsavers Surrey Youth Games lives up to its promise
The 2019 Specsavers Surrey Youth Games saw well over a thousand families cheer on sons and daughters, brothers and sisters as contenders from every corner of the county stepped up to represent their communities.
With 21 events across a dozen sports, the event celebrated how far most participants had come since they started training in their borough / district just two months earlier.
Thanks once again to Specsavers, Arriva, Surrey Sports Park and all the other council sponsors who along with our fantastic band of volunteers, made it all possible. But most of all a big thank you to those young peope who took part. We hope you all carry on playing your sport or are inspired to try another.
Fewer than 8 spaces left on our Active Ageing Summit on 28/6, Woking. What can we do to help people age well? Join in topics ranging from falls to dementia.
If you live near Epsom and have diabetes register for new social walking groups on Tues am and Thurs pm. All abilities welcome to gently boost their health.
An Activity Alliance report shows that while 73% of non-disabled people are happy to play sport with disabled people, half worry they'll say something wrong.
Volunteers needed to help continue gentle, social walks in Farnham on Weds mornings, for those living with dementia & their carers. Email Karina to help.
According to Mind, poor mental health is the no.1 reason for workplace absence. They're offering organisations with under 250 workers free training.