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Ageing Well: Falls

Ageing Well: Falls created by Rachel Hogg published on 26 July 2016

Newcastle University will be running the 'Ageing Well: Falls' course again this year. It begins on 5th September and you can sign up using the following link: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/falls It is aimed at the public, anyone who feels they may be at risk of falling or anyone who is close to someone who feels they may be at risk.

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Get out and about in Hartlepool!

Get out and about in Hartlepool! created by Rachel Hogg published on 25 July 2016

A NEW programme of free community walks is underway in Hartlepool and residents are being urged to take part. The walks, run by Hartlepool Council's Sport and Recreation Service under the banner of "Walk About in Hartlepool", are led by fully qualified walk leaders.

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Staying cool during a heatwave

Staying cool during a heatwave created by Rachel Hogg published on 19 July 2016

The Met Office have issued a Level 2 heatwave warning for the UK.  Whilst we all enjoy the sunshine (given that it's so rare in the UK), but it is important that we stay safe during such times and that we look after those most vulnerable in our community.

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Move A Mile

Move A Mile created by Rachel Hogg published on 19 July 2016

To support our bid to get more people more active and feeling good in Hartlepool, we are launching a new campaign, Move A Mile. This can be walking, cycling, swimming, jogging or even dacing a mile, we are encouraging all of those who live and work in Hartlepool to Move A Mile anyway they like.

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School workers switch jobs to help pupils

School workers switch jobs to help pupils created by Rachel Hogg published on 15 July 2016

Two caring school workers have rolled up their sleeves and headed out on the employment trail in a bid to sign up companies willing to offer work experience to pupils with special needs.

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