Ping Pong or Table Tennis? What do you call it? Regardless of what you know it by, it’s an activity which can be enjoyed by all ages, from toddlers, children, adults and older adults. It’s a game which can be adapted so that all abilities can play in some way.
In mid March lots of our face to face work (mainly with older, isolated and disabled people from South Leeds) came to a very abrupt end, when Covid-19 arrived. At first, we felt very uncertain about what to do and afraid …for everyone. Then we thought about how we could
Whilst everyone has been spending more time at home, people have been thinking of new ways to keep entertained. Peter Thompson from PingPong4U, who is well known across the city for his passion for the game of Ping Pong, quickly set about making up some home packs. These are ideal
Holbeck Elderly Aid (HEA) have partnered with social enterprise Sportworks to bring free physical activities to older people in South Leeds. Physical activity has proven health benefits including fighting the effects of depression and dementia. It’s also a great way to get out of the house and meet some new