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Health and Wellbeing News & Updates

Fans of real bread will be delighted, and our local bakeries will too, but what is real bread? The Real Bread Campaign was established in 2008 and continues this year, the organisers believe that there are only four ingredients in real bread flour, water, yeast and salt other ingredients may be added, sesame seeds, poppy seeds etc so long as they are natural.
Much is said about Mental Health in general in today’s media with personalities as elevated as the Royal Family taking an active roll in promoting greater understanding and acceptance of Mental Health issues and especially those of children and young people. Children’s Mental Health Week runs from Monday 3rd February until the 9th Feb.
Swimming is a life skill that gives lifelong pleasure to the person and is a vital matter of personal safety that provides us with the healthiest of exercise. Starting early is a major step in your child’s development. National Baby Swimming Week is aimed at informing mothers to-be and new Mums that swimming is beneficial to both mother and baby from early in the baby’s life.
Our ability to see, our vision, really matters to all of us. Losing our sight is the sense that we fear losing most of all, and yet most of us don’t know how to look after our eyes, National Eye Health Week aims to change that!
1st to 30th September 2019 is Blood Cancer Awareness Month in which people across the Country are urged help raise awareness of blood cancer and lymphoma.
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Walk is School Week takes place between the 20th and 25th May. Thousands of schools will be taking part across the Country to promote the many benefits of walking. The initiative aims to help more school pupils to get active, thereby reducing pollution along with the many positive health benefits associated with walking.
National Smile Month is a splendid campaign designed to raise awareness of the benefits of good oral hygiene. A Large number of individuals and organisations will be setting up events to spread the message of the need to pay attention to oral hygiene to maintain a healthy smile, the message is important to all generations but especially so for children and young people, a nice healthy smile tells people a good deal about you and makes one look more attractive whatever your age.
It’s time to give your walking boots a Spring Clean and join in the fun. People may not realise that May is the National Walking Month allowing folks to take advantage of fine days, we hope, and longer hours of daylight in which to get out and about. The benefits of walking are many-fold, physical, mental wellbeing and for many a spiritual lift by visiting outstanding places of natural beauty both locally and throughout our green and pleasant land.
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