News from ActivSinging
Mental Health is everyone’s business, especially now. Having good mental health, emotional health and well-being is as important as having good physical health.
In light of the UK lockdown, we unfortunately won't be bringing our usual bright and colourful newsletter to you this quarter.However, here's an electronic version with the added benefit of bigger photos!ActivGardensUpdates from the People's Community Garden - Beverly...
An ActivLives lockdown update from CEO Julie Stokes
Some of our ActivSingers got together at The People’s Community Garden last week to enjoy a socially distanced sing-along in the beautiful setting of our garden!
You may be wondering what recent changes have meant for our services and activities at ActivLives?
As a special celebration for VE Day and the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, Gina has recorded some superb songs that I’m sure many of you remember singing along to!
ActivLives is taking its plants and produce out to local people with the launch of online sales.
In light of the UK lockdown, we unfortunately won't be bringing our usual bright and colourful newsletter to you this quarter.However, here's an electronic version with the added benefit of bigger photos! We're hoping to bring you our next newsletter in July...
In light of the current outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, ActivLives is following strict government guidelines. Our main office at Brightspace closed on Monday 23rd March 2020, with all staff working remotely and continuing to do so until it is safe to...
All hubs to close until further notice amidst the Coronavirus outbreak.
We need your help – Vote for us by 20th November 2018, and help us get the Aviva Community Fund.
Keep On Rockin’ did a day of recording in April 2017 – and we just received the physical CD!
Earlier this year, over 7,000 community groups were nominated across England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and Channel Islands. 1,400 causes in 350 communities were then shortlisted for the Community Fund award.
Four local causes in every area will be awarded funding depending on the number of votes they receive.
The group with the most votes will get £3,000, the next £2,000, £1,000 and finally, £500.
ActivLives have been short listed for this Community Fund award.
We attended the EoE Well-Being Show on Saturday 7th June at Newmarket Racecourse – here’s a video showing what happened there, and what you missed!
Preparation for our annual garden event is coming along!
You might have seen…or more likely, heard the ActivLives choir (aka ‘Keep On Rockin”) all around Ipswich.