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Using exercise as medicine (plus literary events from 11 Feb onwards)

We are so familiar with the old saying that exercise is good for you that we no longer pay any attention to it. But it’s true! There is a deluge of recent research demonstrating the benefits of exercise – a wonder drug, they say. Exercise benefits both our bodies and our minds. Makes us live longer, feel more cheerful, sleep better. Angela J. Phillip goes in search of some books that offer information and guidelines about how to move more and move better.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, Feb 11, 2020 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Adam Campbell Alex Hutchinson Angela J. Phillip Bill Bryson book groups Cardio or weights exercise as medicine John Ratey Oxygen Advantage Patrick McKeown SPARK T. McCall The Body: a guide for occumpants Women's Health writing groups Yoga as medicine

Achievements of young people’s groups recognised at SPARK awards ceremony

SPARK, the network for young people’s organisations in East Sussex, last week held its annual awards evening, with groups in Hastings and its environs well represented among the prize-winners. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 14:31 Saturday, May 21, 2016 In: Grassroots Tags: Amelia Everest Arwyn Thomas Bexhill Giants Basketball Club Bryony Mackenzie Callum Ward Courtney Goldsmith Education Futures Trust Fellowship of Saint Nicholas Gizmo Jade Mitchell Nick Terdre Peter Field Respond Academy RSPCA Mallydams Wood SPARK Westerleigh Judokwai

SPARK calls for award nominations

SPARK, the network for young’s people’s organisations in East Sussex, is inviting member groups to apply for one of its 2016 awards. Winners will be announced at a ceremony in May, for which the main sponsor is the East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 16:40 Monday, Feb 22, 2016 In: Grassroots Tags: Ashdown Audio Visual Craftimation Factory Create 51 David Kemp Education Futures Trust Firewise Little Gate Farm Nick Terdre Paula Woolven Redhead Design Respond Academy RSPCA Mallydams Wood Safe Drive Stay Alive Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors South Downs National Park Authority SPARK Sussex Coast College Sussex Downs College Sussex Police Wave Leisure

SPARK sets out its stall

Working with young people in a voluntary or community group? Specialist help and advice is available from SPARK, who invite interested parties to see what they have to offer this week. Chris Connelley reports.

Posted 15:02 Monday, Nov 18, 2013 In: Grassroots Tags: Chris Connelley Lisa Coupal RSPCA Mallydams Wood SPARK young people youth
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