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Location: CB2 7AD
We are Cambridge's finest Hockey Club offering ladies, mens, mixed and indoor fixtures as well as training. The club trains on Thursday evenings 7:00pm-9:00pm with structured coaching. Additionally mixed hockey goes on every Tuesday evening 8:00pm-9:00 pm. Feel free to turn up and introduce youself! League and friendly matches are usually on Saturdays or some Sundays.
The club web site is active and updated regularly. Please visit the web site for full details.
Nordic Walking began in Northern Europe as summer training for cross country skiing, a sport considered to be one of the world’s most complete aerobic fitness activities. By using ski poles and applying the cross country technique to walking, Nordic skiers maintained their fitness and strength during the summer months. Nordic Walk for Health and Fitness.
Classes held in the St Ives, Fenstanton and Huntingdon area.
Qualified INWA Nordic Walking Instructor, Nordic Poles provided for classes.
Location: CB5 8DT
Tai Chi classes for all. A great way to relax and get fit, through the meditative and gentle art of Tai Chi
Deafblind Enablement is an organisation dedicated to enabling people who live with a sight and hearing loss to learn new skills, develop existing skills, gain access to their community and existing services with dignity, respect, control and choice.
Deafblind Enablement (DBE) provides the following:
1-1 specialist support; specialist training; a monthly sensory impaired social group in partnership with St. Peter's Church Yaxley
Tags: Social, learning, health, wellbeing, help, advice, leisure, hobbies, social care, support groups, older peoples activities
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Location: CB1 2LW
Overeaters Anonymous is a self-help organisation for people with a wide range of eating disorders, and we aim to recover physically, emotionally and spiritually. It is a 12 Step fellowship, run on similar lines to AA. The only requirement for OA membership is a desire to stop eating compulsively.
There are regular weekly meetings held in Cambridge, St neots, Godmanchester and Huntingdon.
R.E.A.C.H is an autonomous SERVICE USER GROUP made up of RECOVERY CHAMPIONS,from wide range of backgrounds,our aim is help others affected by drug & alcohol issues, and to promote recovery in the community,to show recovery is possible by example.
We offer a TELEPHONE SUPPORT SERVICE, a warm, emphatic and non-judgemental support service for people who's lives are negatively affected by their use of drugs & alcohol.
ALL REACH members have personal experience !
Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, (Sat-9am-2pm)
Location: CB4 3HN
Sing! Choirs provides high quality opportunities for people to sing in a fun and friendly environment. We focus on pop and rock, as well as songs from the shows!
No need to be able to read music, and no auditions - just enjoy singing!
There are several Sing! Choirs to join!
All meet weekly during term time. Contact [email protected] for more information.
The choirs names are all the Trade Marked names of Sing! Choirs
Location: PE1 3PG
Drolma Buddhist centre in Dogsthorpe Road, Peterborough runs meditation classes at the Centre itself as well as various venues around the county. Also held at the centre are day courses and retreats on buddhist practice.
We are available for school/organisation visits, meditation/info sessions at your venue and general Kadampa buddhist community chaplaincy services.
There are occassionally rooms for rent at the Centre - please call to discuss and/or express your interest.
Tags: health, wellbeing, help, advice, volunteering, leisure, charities, hobbies, speakers, faiths, religion
6 Apr 2013, 17:00 Buddhist Prayers for World Peace
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Location: CB22 5JJ
Counselling for individuals and couples. MBACP Accredited, UKRC Reg Ind Counsellor. 9.00am-7.15pm Mon-Wed. 9.00am-4.00pm Thurs.
Given the choice, most of us would want to die at home, surrounded by the people and things we cherish. Marie Curie Cancer Care makes this possible.
Our nurses give free hands-on care to people with all terminal illnesses in their own homes, and vital emotional support to their loved ones. We allow families to make the most of the precious time they have left together.
But the sad fact is, every five minutes someone in the UK dies without the care they need at the end of their life. That's why we urgently need to reach more people - and why we're counting on your support.