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Fitness In Mind - Change for the Better
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EPUT Dec 13
is not only good for your but could also help improve your . Had a bad day, why not try a class from to help release some & tension. Tel: 01277 246057
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livewell Dec 6
Well done to all those who won and those who were highly commended at last night's Sports Awards 👏 🏅
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Active Essex Dec 5
Congratulations for winning the Changing Lives through Sport and Physical Activity award along with highly commended finalists and ! Sponsored by
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Richard Kheder Nov 17
Please show your support by voting. It is for our community, to encourage everyone to get active and healthy. To Raise awareness of Healthy Mind and healthy Body.
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Tracey Crouch Nov 14
My statement on the Government's welcome decision to bring forward the implementation date for the reduction in FOBT stakes
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Richard Kheder Nov 13
privileged to be nominated for this great award. Thank you all for your support. Let’s all get Active!
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Fitness In Mind UK Nov 9
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Fitness In Mind UK Nov 9
Thanks Hayley - see you next week for a catch up :)
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Fitness In Mind UK Nov 9
are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for Changing Lives through Sport and Physical Activity at the Massive thanks to all the staff and volunteers for a programme w/ et al
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Fitness In Mind UK Nov 8
LGBT mental health: 'Being the butt of gay jokes made me ill'
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Fitness In Mind UK Nov 8
Big SHOUT OUT to volunteer Lou Kingcott for winning the Unsung Hero runner up at
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Tim Kendall Nov 7
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Tim Kendall Nov 7
A passionate group of people gathered this morning, all committed to improve the life of people with serious mental illness. We need to fight the stigma, and stop thinking of the mind and body as separated.
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Tim Kendall Nov 7
Replying to @timkendall1
We need to stop working in silos, and better support each other. Only by working together can we start treating both body and mind at the same time.
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Fitness In Mind UK Nov 7
evidence-based programme is working to bridge these gaps with our new scheme - be good to discuss Tim...
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Inspired Exchange Nov 7
Thanks everyone for an INSPIRING session principle!
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Sport in Mind Nov 5
Sport 32 of our founder's challenge to take part in 100 in 2018 to raise awareness of problems completed - . Big shout out to the awesome for your support
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EPUT Nov 3
Join our growing number of . Take part in improving patient experience, helping student nurses with our Buddy scheme & more. Visit our website for more details:
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Dwayne Football Nov 2
Would love to get more schools involved, hopefully this is the start to getting into schools. This was independent on my part but would gladly do a lot more
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Fitness In Mind UK Nov 1
will be forever the Minister for Sport who recognised the importance of physical activity for good and wellbeing - thank you from
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