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The Rushcliffe Winter Wellbeing Challenge encourages people to get out this winter and engage in activities to boost your wellbeing.

Attend 9 activities, receiving a sticker at each, and win a prize!

Sticker booklets are provided on completion of first activity. 

If your first activity is any of the following: Nordic Style Sauna Dip, parkrun, or 10,000 steps, please contact smelvin@rushcliffe.gov.uk for your sticker booklet.

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Farm Eco

Date

Fri 15th Dec, 10am - Midday
Mon 22nd Jan, 10am - Midday
Fri 1st Mar, 10am - Midday

Location

FarmEco Community Farm, Off Lodge Lane, Screveton, NG13 8JL

Contact

Join the FarmEco team for a meander around the magical Labyrinth, a gentle stroll along the Nature Trail and the farm's Environmental projects. Afterwards share a warm drink and snack together. As the days shorten and become cooler, it’s tempting to spend our time indoors but we can feel so much better for getting outside and meeting other people.

Sessions last around 2 hrs, from 10am till midday, they are free and open to everyone! 

Booking is essential, please contact FarmEco prior to attending. 

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Pizza, Chill and Chat

Date

Every Friday, 12:00-5:00pm

Location

St Paul's Church, Boundary Road, NG2 7DB

Contact

Friday afternoon is our pizza special! Grab a slice, a glass of squash and a sweet treat for just £1 between 12 and 5pm. Perfect for a snack or an after-school treat!

If you have any questions please send an email to st.paulschurchcommunity@outlook.com

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10,000 Steps!

Date

Anytime!

Location

Anywhere!

Contact

Walking is simple, free and one of the easiest ways to get more active, lose weight and become healthier. Join our 10,000 Steps Challenge – 3 times a week to receive a sticker. Walk, stroll, or run your way to a healthier you! Find local walking routes in the Rushcliffe Big Green Book

Once completed, send a picture to smelvin@rushcliffe.gov.uk to receive your sticker!

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parkrun

Date

Every Saturday 9:00am

Location

Rushcliffe Country Park, Mere Way, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11 6JS

Contact

parkrun is a free, fun, and friendly weekly event. Please register before you first come along. You only ever need to register once and don't forget to bring a scannable copy of your barcode to receive your time. Walk, jog, run, volunteer or spectate – it's up to you!

On completion, send a photo or forward the parkrun confirmation email to: smelvin@rushcliffe.gov.uk to receive your sticker!

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Ramblers Wellbeing Walks

Date / Location

Radcliffe-on-Trent - Thursdays at 10:30am

(Meet at Grange Hall)


East Leake - Thursdays at 1:30pm

(Meet at Meadow Park entrance)

Contact

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Rushcliffe Move & Mingle Wellbeing Walks offer free, safe and sociable walks with trained leaders to improve your health and wellbeing.

 

Whether you used to enjoy walking but have lost your fitness or want to get started to improve your wellness, we’re all in it together.

Walks start at 30 minutes and are a steady pace to suit everyone.

The Crafty Allotmenteers

Date

Every Wednesday 1-3pm

 during January and February

Ruddington Parish Council, St Peter's Rooms, Church St, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11 6HD

Location

Contact

Come along to Ruddington Parish Council to get crafty! Bring along craft supplies and spend time with others in a warm friendly environment whilst making something handmade and beautiful!

Enjoy tea and biscuits whilst you're making something special!

Please contact either Sophie or Laura prior to attending a session. 

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Friends of Bingham Linear Park

Date

Sun 18th Feb at 10am

Sun 17th Mar at 10am

Location

Contact

Bingham Linear Park is a Local Nature Reserve running along the line of an abandoned railway. The Friends of group maintain and enhance the biodiversity of the local nature reserve and look after it for the users of the park. In the period Oct-March the gorup carries out conservation work party activities such as scrub clearance, tree thinning, path clearing etc. 

Bingham Linear Park, Tithby Road, Bingham, NG13 8GP (Unless otherwise stated at top of steps Tithby Road Bridge)

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Wear clothes suitable for weather (the path is quite exposed), stout shoes needed and tools are provided.

Please contact Friends of Bingham Linear Park prior to attending a session. 

WholeHealth Nordic Style Sauna and Dip

WholeHealth runs safe, supported open water swim sessions for our members at the City Council-owned Colwick Lake in Nottingham. The Mindfulness Dips are for swimmers who want a quieter dip for relaxation and meditation in the company of others, with the WholeHealth team to take care of your safety in the water while you enjoy the Lake however you want to. This new swim opportunity is designed for people who wish to immerse and enjoy the lake for peace and restoration, rather than swimming laps.

1st & 2nd Weds of the month 10am-10:30am 

WholeHealth Open Water Swim Village & Sauna  - Colwick Country Park, End of, Racecourse Rd, Nottingham , NG2 4DW

Date

Location

Contact

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Access to the water is via a gently sloping ramp. Anyone with severe mobility issues can access the car park beside the lake by prior arrangement if needed. The Whole Health team are experienced in helping people with limited mobility get into the lake including wheelchair and mobility aid users - just let them know before the event so the team can support you. Please contact Morgan Sharpe prior to attending a session. 

Trent Bridge Community Trust  Winter Wellness

Tues 1:30pm-3pm

Date

Location

Cotgrave Community Garden

(or Cotgrave Leisure Centre, NG12 3PJ if poor weather)

Contact

Weekly activities to promote improvements
in your physical and mental wellbeing,
delivered in a peaceful setting’. Offering a wide range of activities  – planting new seeds using different methods, making bird boxes, picking vegetables and making broths and soups, weeding the garden, painting different flowers.
So there is lots going on, if the weather is bad then we go into the leisure centre.

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