We are excited to announce our latest programmes:
Arts and Crafts
Thursdays 10-12pm (FULL)
Please contact Sarah Cairns on [email protected] or call 028 427 39021 to book
Start date – 19th September
Thursdays 10-12pm (12 week programme)
Please contact Sarah Huggett on shuggett.p[email protected] or call 028 427 39021 to book
Food Values/Cook it/Personal Development
Start date 30th September
Please contact Sarah Huggett on [email protected] or call 028 427 39021 to book
Free Carer Taster Day
The South Eastern HSC Trust Carer Support in partnership with Peninsula Healthy Living have organised a free Carer Taster Day.
When: Wednesday 4th September 2019
Where: Peninsula Healthy Living, 4 Church Grove, Kircubbin, BT22 2SU
Time: 10.30am – 3pm
We will be offering a range of activities for all age groups including:
- Gently Does It
- Spin sessions
- A reading group
- Arts and Crafts
- Chair based activity
- An introduction to the gym
- Green Gym
Lunch will be provided
For more information please contact:
Pamela Smyth or Sharon Graham at SET Carer support
Phone (028) 9756 5456
Email: [email protected]
Are you up for the challenge?
Due to popular demand we have 6 bootcamp classes running throughout the week!
Get down and dirty with the boot campers with a mixture of indoor and outdoor activities, testing all strengths and abilities. Read more…
Back to School Uniform Project
Peninsula Healthy Living Partnership is working with SureStart, Co Down Rural Community Network, Homestart ,Ards and North Down Borough Council,and Children and Young People’s Strategic Partnership’s Ards and North Down Locality Planning Group, to support families in the Ards Peninsula area to get ready for school.
If you have school uniforms that are clean and in good condition please donate your items to the Back to School Uniform Project
Let’s work together and find these clothes a good home! Read more…
Our Health Promoting Homes programme combines personal development, healthy food choices and exercise to encourage and empower people to have a healthier lifestyle.
This years programme saw 15 ladies come through an amazing journey of confidence building, friendship making and up-skilling. As a result of the programme we have 5 people returning to education, a peer led social group and individuals offering their time on a voluntary basis.
The 12 week course tackled the issues highlighted through arts and crafts, group work, reflection and sharing experiences and skills.
The Peninsula has a range of barriers that can make healthier choices more difficult including poor transport links, expensive local shops and isolation; impacting on motivation and mood. Together we can, as a community tackle and overcome these issues.
Follow us on Facebook to find out when we are running the next programme, men and women welcome.