Current health initiatives

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We currently offer the following health initiatives

Steady and strong

Steady and Strong classes are aimed at older adults who may be at risk of falling. The sessions are led by qualified Postural Stability Instructors who use evidence based exercises aimed at improving strength, balance, flexibility and the confidence and ability to carry out normal activities of daily living. Information is also provided on how to get up from the floor and coping techniques such as crawling and rolling while on the floor.

Find your nearest Steady and Strong class.

Please contact Mohammed Yousif if you would like further information by emailing

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Smoking advice

If you want to quit smoking or reduce your alcohol consumption there is help and useful information available.

Quit for life

Quitting smoking isn’t easy, but giving up greatly improves your own health as well as the health of those around you. Smoking causes extensive damage to your body and your second hand smoke can also cause problems for everybody else too. Not only does smoking damage your fertility, skin, teeth and energy levels it also makes a huge dent in your finances too!

There are a number of ways you can stop smoking for further information and support please visit smokefree Hampshire website or call 01264 563039 0800 772 3644 or text Quit to 66777.

Being active

The Change4Life campaign provides a host of useful information on ways in which you can improve your own health and the health of your family. Taking half an hour to play with the kids is a free, fun way of being active. Dig out the frisbee, ball or skipping rope and head off to your local park or open space to have a laugh – you’ll feel great!

Visit the Change4Life website.

Contact us

  • Contact us online
  • 01256 844844
  • Civic Offices
    London Road
    RG21 4AH
  • Opening hours
    Monday to Friday
    8.30am to 4.30pm