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Thu, 17 Apr 2014 11:07 by Carole Reason
The new May to August 2014 Hertfordshire Health Walk programme for your area is now available to view online at www.hertfordshirehealthwalks.org :
If you would like to receive hard copies of programmes or posters in the post or would like to stop receiving emails from us please let us know. If any of your contact details have changed please also let us know.
The Hertfordshire Health Walks are a free programme of short and sociable walks which take place across the county. All walks are led by trained and insured volunteers. In the last year nearly 5,000 people took part in Health Walks in Hertfordshire with over 2,100 walks taking place. Many of our walkers and volunteers have found the walks beneficial for managing weight, lowering blood pressure, improving bone and muscle strength and helping to manage or recover from a variety of conditions such as diabetes and cancer respectively. As well as this, the walks have helped them make new friends and discover their local green spaces and countryside, all of which is important for general wellbeing.
If you or someone you know could benefit from Health Walks either as a walker or as a volunteer please visit the website - www.hertfordshirehealthwalks.org - or call 01992 556033 for more information. /strong>There are two walk leader training days taking place in May, one in Bishop's Stortford and the other in Hemel Hempstead. Soon you could be joining the 800+ new walkers that walk every year, led by the 200 volunteers giving more than 7000 hours of their time.
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Thu, 17 Apr 2014 11:00 by Carole Reason
In support of Real Nappy Week (Monday 28 April to Sunday 4 May) Dacorum Borough Council is holding a 'Nappuccino' morning.
Parents with young children and expectant parents are invited to the Nappuccino morning. There will be lots of information on modern real nappies available, including a run-through of their benefits and how to use them. A real nappy advisor and the recycling team will be on hand to offer advice and information, including details of the Council's £50 real nappy cashback offer. Of course there will also be an opportunity to ask questions and share information with other parents about real nappies and/or other information. More »
The Nappuccino will take place in Hemel Hempstead Sports Centre Cafe on Tuesday 29 April from 10.00am to 11.30am. » Less
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 10:52 by Carole Reason
The Annual Town Meeting will be held on Thursday 1st May 2014 at 7.30pm in the Town Hall.
The meeting includes presentation of the Centenary Civic Award, reports from the Youth Town Council and from the Mayor and Chairs of Town Council Committees. More »
The meeting is open to Berkhamsted electors to make comments or ask questions relating to the work of the Town Council or any issues relating to the town.