Curry Rivel Active Living Group
Program for July, Aug & Sep
8th Ian Williamson (Talk about trekking) & Deaf Plus
15th Malcolm Gregory (The keyboard man)
5th Phil Lloyd (Music & singing)
19th Dawn Lawrence (talk on endangered Species)
16th Malcolm Gregory (The keyboard man)
30th Jonathan Weeks (A blast from the past)
Run by Somerset County Council — Active Living
Contact Greg Phillips 07914668915
Fridays in the Curry Rivel, Village Hall, 10am til 2pm
A variety of activities, both active and craft based. Occasional speakers. A friendly and interesting day including a cooked lunch. All welcome.
Please ring to pre- book lunch.
New volunteers welcome, please contact Greg Phillips for more information.
Active Living Centres provide an opportunity to take part in local activities, enjoy the company of others, and access all sorts of information about keeping well and active. Centres are a vibrant 'hub' providing a café style environment, and hosting a variety of activities, as well as being a source of information about preventative services and activities for older people.
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