Healthy Activities in North Staffordshire

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Healthy Activities in North Staffordshire by Mind Map: Healthy Activities in North Staffordshire

1. Projects

1.1. Stoke Cycling - City Council

1.2. MEND - FSC

1.3. Lifestyle - City Council / WEA

1.4. Walk Leaders training - FSC

1.5. Walk Leaders Pedometer Programme - FSC

1.6. Free swimming for Over-60s - City Council

1.7. Energise Plus - concessions

1.7.1. Recreation Key - Concessions for leisure centres

1.8. Energise programme - City Council

1.9. Wasted Space - community growing project

1.10. Go5 programme - 10 weeeks at leisure centres. £10

1.11. Living Well Stoke-on-Trent - PCT

1.12. Fitter Families Initiative

1.13. Expert Patient Programme - PCT

1.14. Leisure Pass Concessionary Scheme

1.15. Fit for Living - NUL Council (over 55's only)

1.16. Stoke-on-Trent Healthy City

1.17. Tumble tots

1.18. Community Development Workers / My Health Matters website

2. Events

2.1. 4 June: Summer Tea Dance, Victoria Hall £5

2.2. Guided cycle rides

2.3. 24th June: Healthy Eating Training, Bentilee Neighbourhood Centre

2.4. 24th June: Physical wellness workshops, Meir Community Education Centre

2.5. 30th June: Alcohol & drug awareness training, White Hart hotel, Uttoxeter

2.6. 12 July: Port Vale Open Day

2.7. 19 July: The Big Lunch, Burslem

2.8. 29th July: Brief intervention physical activity awareness training, floral Hall, Tunstall

3. Courses

3.1. Stoke: Health courses for beginners - WEA

3.2. Stoke27 April Health courses Advanced - WEA

3.3. Stoke from w/b 27 April Health course Extra Fit, Extra Healthy. £20 - WEA

3.4. Stoke Family Fitness & Family Grow & Eat course - WEA

3.5. Cycling with Confidence

3.6. Age Concern; Gentle Chair-based exercise

4. Icon key

4.1. Free

4.2. Fee (usually small)

4.3. By referral

4.4. Outdoors

4.5. Families

5. Gyms

5.1. Esporta

5.2. Fitness First

5.3. Greens

5.4. Total Fitness

5.5. Council run

5.5.1. Willfield Fitness Centre

5.5.2. Dimensions

5.5.2.1. Spinning

5.5.2.2. Swimming

5.5.2.2.1. Baby Swimming lessons

5.5.3. Fenton Manor

5.5.4. Shapes Health & Leisure Club

5.5.5. Shelton Pool

5.5.6. Stoke Recreation Centre

5.5.7. Stoke-on-Trent Gymnastics Centre

5.5.8. Trentham High School Community Sports Centre

5.5.9. Tunstall Pool

5.5.10. Wallace Sport & Education Centre

5.6. Schools

5.6.1. John Baskeyfield Primary

5.6.2. Priory Primary

5.6.3. Sneyd Green Primary

5.6.4. St. Joseph's Catholic Primary

6. Clubs & Allotments

6.1. Northwood Stadium

6.1.1. Lunchtime Activities

6.1.2. Junior Table Tennis (Fridays, 6-7 pm or 7-8 pm)

6.1.3. Junior Startrak (Tuesdays 6-7)

6.1.4. Yoga

6.1.5. Meditation

6.2. Allotments

6.2.1. North Staffs Allotments Network

6.2.2. Council Allotments

6.3. Park Hall Golf Course

6.4. Korfball Clubs

6.4.1. Keele Korfball

6.4.2. Castle Korfball

7. Youth Activities

7.1. Blurton & Newstead

7.1.1. Youth Club

7.1.2. Blurton Play session - Winifred Gardens

7.1.3. "Street Games"

7.2. Trentham & Hanford

7.2.1. Football - Tuesdays

7.2.2. "Street Games"

7.3. Hartshill & Penkhull

7.3.1. Boxing Club, Tue & Thur lunch times, Thistley Hough

7.4. Stoke & Trent Vale

7.5. Fenton

8. Online resources

8.1. Networks

8.2. Information sources

8.2.1. http://www.nhschoicestraining.co.uk/moodle/index.php

9. Walks

9.1. FSC 'Closer to Home' Walks

9.1.1. Stoke North

9.1.1.1. Westport Lake Walk

9.1.1.2. Burslem Park Walks

9.1.1.2.1. Tuesday

9.1.1.2.2. Wednesday

9.1.1.2.3. History Walk

9.1.1.3. Whitfield Valley Walk

9.1.2. Stoke Central & West

9.1.2.1. Hanley Park Walk

9.1.2.2. Penkhull Village Walk

9.1.3. Stoke Central & East

9.1.3.1. Berry Hill Walk

9.1.4. Stoke South

9.1.4.1. Park Hall Walk

9.1.4.2. Hanley Park Walk "Norfolk Street Nomads"

9.1.4.3. Fenton Park Walk

9.1.4.4. Longton Park Walk

9.1.4.5. Weston Heights (Meir) Walk

9.1.4.6. Community Issues Walk

9.1.4.7. Weston Sprink Walk

10. Public link: http://www.mindmeister.com/19590211/healthy-activities-in-north-staffordshire