The Healthy4Life team has reviewed the new guidance and provided some inspiration for fun ways disabled children and young people can be active in North Tyneside.
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The Winter Olympics are back for 2022, held in Beijing in China from 4 to 20 February! There’s a jam-packed programme of 109 events over 15 disciplines in seven different sports by lots of very impressive athletes. But despite our famously grey weather, opportunities for sports such as bobsleigh, curling and skiing are few and… Read More
Regular exercise during pregnancy can help you cope with the physical changes your body is going through.
Jim and Alison met at one of Active North Tyneside’s walking groups and we couldn’t resist the opportunity to shed some light on a heart-warming love story..
With the first Healhy4Life programme of 2022 starting in mid-January, we thought it would be helpful to find out what previous participants think for any families thinking of signing up!
As we approach the end of December (and 2021), it’s been another tough year that has again emphasised the importance of being active, for your physical and mental wellbeing.
We know how important it is to get to sleep on Christmas Eve (he sees you when you’re sleeping, he knows when you’re awake) so here are some useful tips for a bedtime routine..
Prancer has his porridge for breakfast every day – even when all the other reindeer choose cereal or eggs – it’s his all time favourite!
Rudolf’s easy to make cookies! Use any shape cookie cutter you have or cut them into homemade star shapes!
These simple tips can ensure we keep moving, stay hydrated and continue to get those much-needed immune system boosting fruits and vegetables!