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Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Adults Mental Health Support

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Physical Activity Support

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Invigorate - The Invigorate programme includes activity for both mental health service users and homeless community users in Cambridge through the Cambridge City Council. There are a variety of activities on offer including: Football, swimming, t’ai chi, multi-sports activities, tennis and badminton sessions, running and walking. Some sessions are free; others have a small charge. Most sessions are run by a member of staff who will help you settle into the session and provide any advice and support you may need. The Invigorate program is for Cambridge City Residents only.

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How Are You Cambridgeshire and Peterborough - is a website that brings together everything in the local Peterborough community that is good for mental wellbeing. It includes activities from yoga to singing, sports clubs to arts groups, places to talk or get a cup of tea, plus information about local professional mental health support.

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Let's Get Moving Cambridgeshire - Let's Get Moving Cambridgeshire aims to improve the health of the Cambridgeshire population, specifically by increasing levels of physical activity. This will be done by promoting existing opportunitiesdeveloping new opportunities, and supporting individuals that require support to achieve their goals.  

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Everyone Health - Everyone Health have several services available:

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Mental Health Mates - Bryony Gordon established MHM in February 2016 as a safe space for you to walk and talk about mental health problems without fear of judgement. There are walks around the nation and you can find out some more information about the walks here and on their website here.

Love to Move - Love to Move is a seated exercise and movement programme, packed with fun, music and laughter and specially designed to help improve the fitness of mind and body. This exercise programme is unique in the UK and proven to have significant physical, emotional and cognitive benefits for all participants, particularly those living with dementia. Each session lasts one hour and is delivered by an experienced and enthusiastic tutor.


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