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Now that Summer is here and fewer Covid-19 restrictions, what better time to re-start the walking sessions.

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Autumn Keep Walking news

New Keep Walking Start Time

  • September 12, 2020|

The Keep Walking sessions has enabled us to maintain connectionswith others and the opportunity to share how we are adapting to the ‘new normal’. A highlight for me in August was welcoming three more people on the walks. Another was making those connections. One thing that stood out was a moment of reminiscing with another …

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Advice from NHS Redbridge You may have heard that people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities have worse outcomes and are more susceptible to getting coronavirus. Below are some questions that are frequently asked about increased risk for people from BAME communities and some advice on how to reduce these risk factors. Please …

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Many students have confirmed their place at university following the receipt of their results. A common challenge most of these face students is the short turnaround time to prepare for university which is typically at most 2 months for BTEC and just over a month for A-level and SQA students – for courses starting in …

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It feels like nature is bursting with energy at this time of the year. The walks around the parks are one of the best ways to embrace this energy through some of the elements of nature – Earth, Air, Fire and Water.  Walking is not only good physical exercise that helps keep us fit, it …

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Welcome to the Keep Walking Group.  We are reaching out to you to meet up once a week for a walk around Valentines Park. With everyone in ‘lockdown’ for so long, there’s no better time than now to get out and get moving. The weather is great, the fresh air and scenery are uplifting and …

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