Thursdays 1-3pm - First sessions free £4 thereafter.
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Beginner/Intermediates - Tuesday mornings (Starts 1st June)
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Spartans ANDREW PATTERSON and ADRIAN BUSOLINI took part in the Reunion 5K on Saturday. This was one of the pilot events in the government’s Events Research Programmes, organised to provide scientific data for the government on how massparticipation events can resume safely from June
The Daily Mile is hosting its first national event day in schools and across social media, and the Partnership are delighted to be coordinating this across the county, helping to get one million children across England to be active together on Friday 30 April 2021.
ED HARE ran the Goodwood Running Grand Prix on Sunday morning. It consisted of 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, 20 miles or Marathon distances. He took on the 20 mile challenge as a training run towards the Peterborough Marathon next month and came away with a 2 hours 48 minutes 51 seconds time which was a personal best (PB) by over 3 minutes. Ed said it was a fantastic event with almost 1000 competitors and certainly the largest attended event since the pandemic started that he’d seen.
Spartan DANNY SCANLON ran his first race of 2021 in the Essex Half Marathon at Carver Barracks, near Saffron Walden on Sunday.
Mental Health Awareness Week will take place from 10-16 May 2021. The theme is 'Nature'.
Nature is so central to our psychological and emotional health, that it’s almost impossible to realise good mental health for all without a greater connection to the natural world. For most of human history, we lived as part of nature. It is only in the last five generations that so many of us have lived and worked in a context that is largely separated from nature. And it is only since a 1960s study in the US found that patients who were treated in hospitals with a view of nature recovered faster, that science has started to unpack the extraordinary health benefits.
The summer holidays are looking brighter for disadvantaged children and young people in Hertfordshire thanks to an exciting partnership which delivered at Easter.
Responding to the Lockdown
Please note that nothing is guaranteed, but more information about the Fund (including eligibility / criteria, and key funding priorities) is available on https://www.sportengland.org/how-we-can-help/our-funds/return-play-small-grants
If your club / organisation / community group is interested in applying, please do not hesitate to contact me as I am happy to discuss this with you and see how best the Partnership can support you.
Please note my normal working days are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
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About the project
Fit, Fed & Read is a high-quality holiday activity programme ‐ including support with literacy ‐ in Hertfordshire’s most disadvantaged neighbourhoods, with a nutritious meal every day, free of charge. Fit Fed & Read school holiday activity programmes operate across Hertfordshire during the school Easter and summer holidays.