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Unique Energy

I'm really excited to be able to tell you about the launch of a new
Kerith Unique Community Group called
Unique Energy
It's being led by Lianne Allen and it's a group for all women of all ages and fitness levels to take exercise in a non threatening and social environment.
So, please don't instantly disqualify yourself when you see the word exercise, if you're a woman...it's for YOU - read on to find out more.
Here's more details from Lianne:
The key to exercise is to make it fun and there are lots of events in store for you.
Our first two regular activities will be:

Every Monday (starting on 7th September) 10am-11am Walk at The Look Out
Bring dogs, children, a friend or just yourself and enjoy a good paced walk while having a chat. If you do not need to rush off, there is a cafe so continue talking over a coffee.

First Saturday in the month (starting 3rd Oct) @ 8.30am Jog around Dinton Pastures
A jog around the lake, if you are starting out or a seasoned jogger please join us and stay for a well earned breakfast in the cafe.

April 2010 will be the launch of a Tuesday sports night. A different sport/activity will take place every week with the main aim being to get exercise but to have a good laugh doing it...when was the last time you played indoor hockey?!

Contact Lianne Allen for more details ls.allen@virgin.net
01344 488490 or 07804096799

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