Eastleigh Borough Council brings you Your Park
Your Park is a new physical activity programme for adults (16+ years) and families, delivered as part of Eastleigh Borough Council’s SportWorks initiative.
Running from 30 July to 26 August, the programme will offer a variety of low cost activities in the Borough’s parks and open spaces. Activities include Canoeing, Tai Chi, Cardio Tennis, Family Yoga, Pilates, Park Fit and even Jog with your Dog plus lots more.
Delivered by qualified and friendly instructors, all activities are suitable for beginners and those who are ‘inactive’ / doing very little exercise or physical activity.
Thanks to funding from Sport England, activities cost just £3 booking fee per person for adults and £5 booking fee for family sessions.
Bookings go live Tuesday 19 June 2018 at www.eastleigh.gov.uk/YourPark
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats facing us today.
Why it is relevant to you: without effective antibiotics many routine treatments will become increasingly dangerous. Setting broken bones, basic operations, even chemotherapy and animal health all rely on access to antibiotics that work.
What we want you to do: To slow resistance we need to cut the unnecessary use of antibiotics. We invite the public, students and educators, farmers, the veterinary and medical communities and professional organisations, to become Antibiotic Guardians.
Call to action: Choose one simple pledge about how you’ll make better use of antibiotics and help save these vital medicines from becoming obsolete.
Get Hampshire Walking
We are supporting the Get Hampshire Walking campaign. We are spreading the word about the benefits of walking to help patients lead healthier and more active lives.
It is not difficult - a few extra steps, using the stairs and not the lift, getting off the bus a stop early will all help.
Walking can also help you get out more, meet new people and improve your social life.
Click here to find out what you can get involved with in your local area www.westhampshireccg.nhs.uk/Gethampshirewalking