Wellbeing

Mindful Living by Becky, Chanting Stork Yoga this July: Midyear Reflect and Reset

Mindful Living by Becky Duncan… I love a midyear reflect and reset, taking stock of what I’ve accomplished and what I still aspire to achieve. I’ve found that incorporating morning rituals into my daily routine sets me up for a successful day ahead. I am certainly not perfect and could use a lot more of these

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Spotlight On… A Fresh Approach to Childcare. The Outdoors Project – Cambridge & Royston

The Outdoors Project is excited to announce a refreshing approach to keeping children active and entertained during the holidays in Royston this summer. With a focus on outdoor activities, building confidence, learning new skills, physical activity, and fostering friendships, The Outdoors Project presents an incredible line-up of activities that promise to captivate young minds. From

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Community News: Local fundraisers, honoured with the prestigious Prime Minister Point of Light awards…

Local fundraisers, Mr Craig McMurrough, MBA and Dr Sarah Temple (Fritchley) PhD, known as Mr and Ms Ovary, have been honoured with the prestigious Prime Minister Point of Light awards. Their tireless efforts have made an incredible impact, as they have conquered a range of physical challenges, including marathons and regional mini tours, to raise over £70,000 for ovarian

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Welcome to the Town: The Outdoors Project in Cambridge & Royston

Our mission is to show that it’s great to be outside all day even if (or especially when) it’s wet and muddy! My name is Jonny and I live in Royston with my wife and two children. I believe that spending plenty of time outside is so important for mental and physical health. I hope

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Mindful Living by Becky, Chanting Stork Yoga this June: The Breath of Life

In the rhythm of our daily lives, the simple act of breathing often goes unnoticed. Yet, with each inhale and exhale, we are gifted with the essence of life itself.  Consider this: on average we breathe 21,000 times a day. What if we spend even just 1% of this time in awe of our breathing

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Spotlight On… 30 Years of Royston and District Community Transport

Royston & District Community Transport Celebrate their 30th anniversary.  It was back in 1992 that the Secretarial team at Royston Health Centre recruited a team of volunteer drivers, using their own cars, to transport patients to their hospital appointments, who could not get there by other means. In 1994 having grown in size, they moved

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Mindful Living by Becky, Chanting Stork Yoga: Doing Things for the Joy Of It

In our fast-paced world that is often so consumed by the weight of responsibilities and the pursuit of success, the idea of playfulness is not given the priority it deserves and can sometimes be forgotten as we focus on careers, self-worth, and productivity. Yet, at the core of our being lies a reservoir of joy

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Spotlight On… The Healthy Hub North Herts, Royston

The Healthy Hub North Herts is a district wide wellbeing service which is funded by Hertfordshire County Council and North Herts Council. The service offers virtual health and wellbeing support over the phone and online to residents, helping them access support for their mental health, financial advice, and assistance, becoming more active, weight management food

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Royston Runners – New Dates Announced for the next Couch to 5k Series

Royston Runners have confirmed the dates for their next Couch to 5k series.  Starting on 4th May and running for 10 weeks, the programme is free to attend and open to all fitness levels.  Just turn up no need to pre-book. Meeting every Saturday 1-2pm at the Heath Sports Club, Royston SG8 5BG.  The sessions

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