LIGHT THE NIGHT
Sport and physical activity deliver immediate mental health and social benefits and have a long-term positive impact on our physical health.
We know people are concerned and anxious right now, but we also know that being active can be a genuine antidote.
However you choose to remain active this winter, you should be proud of your achievements…you’re doing a great job!
Keep Moving Suffolk is still aimed at encouraging everyone to build movement into their everyday life.
We hope you find the resources, advice and guidance on this site helpful.
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See what Suffolk has been doing to keep active…
The Suffolk Daily Mile Challenge is complete. See our compilation video below or visit the photo gallery here.
If you have a long-term health condition and want support and advice about getting moving, the ‘Get Help to Get Active’ FREE programme from One Life Suffolk is there to help and you can register today.
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