The coronavirus restrictions we’ve all had to live with have taught us the importance of getting outside and into the fresh air. Whether you step out to get your daily exercise in or to walk a furry friend, there’s plenty of reasons why braving the cold of the North East and stretching your legs can be good for your health too.

What is World Suicide Prevention day? World Suicide Prevention Day is held each year on 10 September. It’s an annual awareness raising event organised by International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). This year’s theme is about connecting with others and letting people know that #ITSOKAYTOTALK. Why is it important?… Read More

According to the UK physical activity guidelines released by the Chief Medical Officers in 2011, children should:- engage in moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity for at least 60 minutes and up to several hours every day incorporate vigorous intensity activity, including those that strengthen muscle and bone on at least three days a week… Read More

Looking for something to do with the kids in the October Half Term Holidays? Search no more – check out the No Limits Holiday Programme, which is packed with a variety of activities for all ages. No Limits – October Half Term Holiday Activity Programme  

A slow- paced version of the beautiful game is helping members of Parkinson’s UK North Tyneside branch to lead a more active lifestyle. Thanks to a £387 grant from the council’s Active North Tyneside Community Fund, the group of over 60s are enjoying playing Walking Football which has many health benefits. The group has been… Read More

Stress Awareness for Everyone

The Linskill Centre in North Shields is hosting its second Stress Awareness Day on Tuesday 20 October 2015 from 11.00am until 3.00pm.   For further details please see attached poster and programme.