Keeping healthy and active in Bromley
Organisations and groups
Age UK Bromley and Greenwich
Age UK Bromley and Greenwich runs a ‘Fit for Life!’ programme. This is a 12-week programme that covers exercise, healthy eating, learning and leisure, sexual health, social interaction, staying well, spirituality and wellbeing.
It is also running ’Chair-based exercise classes’ at Community House, South Street, Bromley BR1 1RH.
To find out the dates of the next ‘Fit for Life!’ 12-week programme contact Age UK Bromley and Greenwich on 0208 315 1850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bromley Mencap offers a range of activities including the outdoors activity club, discos, workshops and keep fit classes. Activities are open to people with disabilities and their carers.
Details are published in its bulletin and on its website and sent to members. Visit www.bromleymencap.org.uk to find out more.
Walking is great fun and is an easy way to keep active. It helps with weight management and prevents illnesses including type 2 diabetes, some cancers and coronary heart disease. It can also promote positive mental wellbeing and benefits quality of life.
Walking groups are available across the Borough. They provide opportunities to be sociable and a chance to meet new people. Walking in groups can also help you feel safer and more confident.
For more information on where you can join a local walk, visit the Walking for Health website at www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/walkfinder/london/bromley-walk-for-life
Another popular way of keeping in touch with friends or meeting new people is by attending a lunch club.
There are a number of lunch clubs across the Borough. To find the latest list, visit http://bromley.mylifeportal.co.uk/lunchclubs