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Spinal Injuries Scotland

Have you been affected by spinal injury or a spinal condition?

Come to Spinal Injuries Scotland’s Coffee Meet and Greet!

For more information contact info@sisonline.org or find them on facebook @spinalinjuriesscot

 

 


ARTS and CRAFT_IVISM for Mental Health

The Mental Health Foundation Scotland are running a creative event for young people aged 13 to 25 years of age who are living with a long term condition.

Work with creative professionals to build your MESSAGE for mental health.

Join the Mental Health Foundation with a collective of young people with something to say about supports for chronic health conditions in Scotland.

Venue: Glasgow University Union

Date: Saturday 15th June 2019

Time: 11am to 5pm

For more information and to book:

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/art-and-craftivism-tickets-61299824425

 

 

 

 


Heads Up – Mental Health Support Group

Heads Up is a mental health support group that meet every Thursday from 09:30 – 10:30 at Castlepark Community Centre.

Head along if you need some support.

For more information find them on Facebook.

 


Historic Walk Around Ardrossan – North Ayrshire Carers Centre

North Ayrshire Carers Centre are running a historic walk around Ardrossan on Monday 10th June 2019.

Meeting at Cecchinis at 1:30pm and returning for Tea and Cakes.

Cost £2

For more information call the Carers Centre on 01294 311333 to book your place


North Ayrshire Foodbank – Community Kitchen Project

This Saturday the Community Kitchen Project will be hosting a BBQ. Anyone wishing to participate should arrive around 12:15 pm.

This will be a weekly project each Saturday from noon until 3pm up until the 30th November 2019.

The Foodbank is seeking to address food insecurity over the weekends in response to the concerns of the North Ayrshire Food Forum. The hope is that individuals and families will come along and enjoy the socialisation as much as the food.

Head along and join in !

Venue: Church of Nazerene, Ardrossan


Breaking Ground at Eglinton Park

The Breaking Ground horticulture group still has spaces. If you’d like an opportunity to meet new folks, learn some gardening skills and generally have some time to relax and free your mind of worries, then phone Linda on 01294 551776.

They meet every Tuesday morning, 9.30 for 3 hours. Tea, coffee, biscuits and a warm welcome provided.


Nordic Walking – Taster Sessions

The Active Travel Hub, the Trinity, are offering free taster sessions for Nordic Walking. For those that have not heard of Nordic Walking it is an all over body workout and a more intense version of walking. Nordic walking can be done by most people and almost anywhere. They have a variety of Nordic Walking poles that would suit individuals with some health issues (please contact the Trinity for more details). The use of poles means that we give our upper body muscles a workout as well as the legs.  Our core muscles are also heavily engaged. As the poles propel us forward it makes us work harder but it will also feel easier.

 

They will be offering the following free taster sessions:

 

  • Friday, 7th June, between 1230 and 1315
  • Tuesday, 11th June, between 1700 and 1745
  • Saturday, 22nd June, between 1100 and 1155

 

These sessions are free and open to everyone. As the number of poles are limited your session must be booked. For more details please contact thetrinity@north-ayrshire.gov.uk or call Jess on 01294 324664 or Kate on 01294 324298.


Annual Charity Duck Race – Ayrshire SANDS

This Saturday 9th June sees the annual charity Duck race for Ayrshire SANDS. Head along to Eglinton Country Park between 12-2pm to show support and join in the fun !!


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