Chair-based fitness sessions for care home residents
HULL: Residents in sheltered housing and care homes will be able to get fit and active with chair-based exercise, indoor kurling, boccia and board games.
Those living in the Riverside, Wyke and West areas will be able to access the Active Gold Program, which provides weekly sessions.
First Step Sports will be holding the fitness and games sessions on behalf of Hull City Council, which is funding the programme.
Chelsea Whittleton, of First Step Sports, said: "The program also has a social aspect – as we all know, you can't beat a good cup of tea with friends. We encourage everyone, regardless of ability or experience to come and try the program, as it's not just physical, it is about being mentally and socially active as well."
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Indulge with our delicious range of specially selected Mexican dishes available from 5pm to 8:30pm this Friday 21st June. Traditional evening menu also available.
Terms: Terms: Friday the 21st June only, from 5pm to 8:30pm. Offer includes two main Mexican courses. Minimum 2 people dining.
Contact: 01964 770402
Valid until: Saturday, June 22 2013
The activities will be held in 40 locations in the west Hull area – 25 closed sessions in care homes and 15 open sessions at community venues.
It will be officially launched at a lunch event at the Guildhall on Friday, March 22. Call 01482 974261 for more details.