News from ActivSuffolk
ActivLives’ gardening project is taking ‘Get Gardening’ kits into schools in and around Sudbury with the support of Perrywood garden centre. The kits contain vegetable seeds, a bag of compost, an indoor cress-growing activity, and wildflower seeds and clay to make...
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.
“…No more working for a week or two. Fun and laughter on our summer holiday, no more worries for me or you, for a week or two!”
We need your help – Vote for us by 20th November 2018, and help us get the Aviva Community Fund.
On Thursday 11th January, Julie Stokes, ActivLives CEO, presented members with their own New Age Kurling Kits, funded by SCC Councillor Matthew Hicks and Suffolk Community Foundation Suffolk Rural Fund. The two kits include Kurling Stones, pushers and target mats.
In July we started a 14 week activity programme called Kardio Kickstart, which will continue through until October – this programme so popular that we’re going to start another programme in September!