Webteam: February 2021
From homeworkers to retired folk, we recognise people are feeling rather disconnected during this pandemic. Despite being unable to open the building we remain keen to help people come together, and are working hard to bring you virtual activities, where you can connect with others and perhaps join in with friends local and afar.
Stretch, tone and shake it up
Chair yoga aimed at the over 60s
Guest speaker talks
With more to follow, what this space and our facebook page for updates. Perhaps pave the way to a new activity when lockdown is over.
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