Living with dementia is incredibly difficult for those who are affected by it and also for their family and friends. As the person’s mental capabilities begin to decline, they can feel scared and vulnerable and may require increased levels of help and support. There are a number of things that
Cherry tree blossom petals blew through and settled on the carpet of Health for All’s Holbeck Youth and Community Centre last Saturday (26th April 2014). The open door was to welcome residents to their community consultation day on whether there should be an edible garden in Holbeck, inside the
Local woman Tracy has lost over 2 stone in weight and has landed herself a dream job as a Slimming World consultant at the age of 49. Tracy had been overweight most of her adult life, with low self esteem and very little confidence, but all that changed when
Do your kids think vegetables are the enemy? Fed up of cooking the same stuff all the time? Need some inspiration for cheap, easy healthy recipes? Then come along to the Middleton Monthly Monday Meal the second Monday of every month at Middleton Community Centre (3.30pm). The group is meeting today.
Runa Hanifa, a health development worker at Asha Neighbourhood Project, on Stratford Street has sent us the following posters on events at Asha, a local community organisation working with South Asian women and children in South Leeds. Women-only swimming: Healthy eating sessions: Women’s walking group:
A number of events to encourage healthier eating are being held at Hunslet Library on Tuesdays from tomorrow until September 11 (10am-noon). Topics at the Hunslet Health Table include healthy eating, healthy packed lunches and weight management. The event is being run by Health For All’s Healthy Communities service, in conjunction with
Would you like to learn how to cook more healthily? Now’s your chance with a series of sessions being held at Cross Flatts Primary School from next month. More details on the sessions, run by Health For All, are below:
Local primary schools will be getting green fingers in preparation for the planting of an edible garden at a park in Beeston today. The planting in Cross Flatts Park has been organised and funded by the Friends of Cross Flatts Park group, and is part of the Edible Cities project