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It’s Underway

Already? Yes, there’s only around one more week until the Christmas school holidays get under way. For those with children, now is your last full …

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Christmas

The ‘C’ Word

“Wow” or maybe it’s more like “jeepers”… Because it’s just a month now until Christmas Day. It’s all too often for all too many of …

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Movember

That’s right, Movember is a few days on the go now, and you may have noticed more men wearing various hirsute appendages below their noses, all in the name of a fantastic cause to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues. You may be one of them and so right now are reading this while twiddling away with your new facial addition! Well done if that is you.

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Pumpkins

Of course, it’s good to get scared once in a while as dopamine and adrenaline flood into us – and that increases the heart rate and muscles get a boost as we prepare for fight or flight. The dressing up and socialising are also great for our health and wellbeing, as being happy and having fun is a fantastic boost.

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Push Yourself

So it’s going to be getting dark in the afternoon, but it does mean autumnal splendour is with us, signalling the annual getting out and putting on of those favourite jackets, hats, gloves and scarves as well as cosy nights in.

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You are what you eat

This week it’s National Baking Week – so time to get baking!

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Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

World Mental Health Day is on 10th October. How we look after our bodies has a huge affect on how healthy our minds

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Go Sober for October

Go Sober for October is a fundraising campaign aimed at challenging social drinkers to change their habits for a month and make some healthy lifestyle changes. So why not spend October being a Soberhero and go 31 days without alcohol?

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Autumn Equinox

While it does mean shorter daylight hours are creeping in and so too is colder weather, it does also mean we can look forward to stunning colours as leaves turn shades of orange, red and yellow, before dropping off for us to rustle through on the footpaths. Then there’s getting warm and cosy indoors, and sitting by a real fire in the pub.

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