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Latest Event Updates

The Chapelton Bike Ride, Sunday, September 3rd 2017

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The launch of new 5K charity walk aims to encourage non-cyclists to get involved with local bike ride – The Chapelton Bike Ride, Sunday, September 3rd 2017


The Chapelton Bike Ride will return for a second year on Sunday, September 3, with the addition of the new Chapelton 5K Walk sponsored by Liberty Retirement Living, which will coincide with the event’s 42-mile and 12-mile bike rides. Held in aid of North East Sensory Services (NESS), the event was formerly the Great Stonehaven Bike Ride, before it moved to the village of Chapelton, near Newtonhill. Last year, over 250 cyclists took part in the first ever Chapelton Bike Ride, raising over £6,500 for NESS. Registration costs £15 per person for the 42-mile route, £5 per person for the 12-mile route, or £15 for a team of four for the 12-mile cycle. The 5K walk is free to enter, but all participants must register via the website. Register for the Chapelton Bike Ride at www.chapeltonbikeride.co.uk.

Stonehaven Young Peoples Health and Wellbeing Event

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4.30 – 7pm Tuesday, 5th September 2017, Mackie Academy
This free community event is to promote and inform adults about key aspects of our young people’s health and wellbeing. With partners across education and health sessions are being offered on:

  • Social Media
  • Drugs and Alcohol
  • Fast and easy cooking for the family
  • Young People and Sleep
  • Mindfulness

Conversation Cafe – If you can only spare a short time come in and visit our information stalls, chat with the teams and friends over a cup of tea and healthy nibbles.
You can book onto these sessions by phoning 01569 762071 or online at:
http://bit.ly/HWBStonehaven from Monday, 21st August to Sunday, 3rd September 2017

Grassroots Giving 2017

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Small local groups across the UK who are not registered charities can apply to the Skipton Building Society for £500. 162 winners will be chosen by the public. Applications should show a real commitment to the local community, be volunteer orientated, and used to relying on minimal funds and the good will and generosity of members. Successful applicants will offer ‘the greatest chance to progress ideas and activities with a lasting impact.’ Deadline is 31st July. For more information, visit: https://www.skiptongrg.co.uk/

OUR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE: SUPPORTING HEALTH, WELLBEING AND SAFETY

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This free community event is to promote and inform adults about key aspects of our young people’s health and wellbeing. With partners across education and health sessions are being offered on:
Social Media
Drugs and Alcohol
Fast and easy cooking for the family
Young People and Sleep
Mindfulness

You can book onto these sessions by phoning 01569 762071 or online at:
http://bit.ly/HWBStonehaven
from Monday, 21st August to
Sunday, 3rd September 2017.

CONVERSATION CAFE
If you can only spare a short time come in and visit our information stalls, chat with the teams and friends over a cup of tea and healthy nibbles.
Get a general access ticket at http://bit.ly/HWBStonehaven
MACKIE ACADEMY
TUESDAY, 5TH SEPTEMBER 2017
16.30 – 19.00

Carers Survey

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Walking for Health Training

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Inclusion Training – including people with a
disability in Health Walks and outdoor
activities

Course Overview:
This is an interactive and practical 4 hour course for Walk Leaders and
staff/volunteers involved in leading outdoor activities.
This training aims to increase confidence in supporting the inclusion of disabled
people in outdoor activities such as Health Walks or other low level activities. The
focus of this course is on ability rather than disability, and the aim is to help you to
influence and deliver good practice, to communicate effectively and to find out where
to go for further information.

The course is delivered by experienced trainers from Scottish Disability Sport.
Who it’s suitable for: Trained Walk Leaders, volunteers and staff from organisations
that offer outdoor activities.
Course Materials: Paths for All provides all training materials including a course
workbook and follow up slides and handouts which will be sent by email after the
course.
Duration: Four hours. You will go outside for 2 walking sessions during the course,
so please come dressed appropriately.
Price: To book your own course, delivered by our freelance trainers for up to 20
people, £600. If you are just looking for 1 or 2 places on a course, please check our
training calendar for courses and prices. If you can’t find what you’re looking for,
please contact us.
Location: Delivered in your local area.

Booking information: For more information or to book a course please contact
training@pathsforall.org.uk or call Marion Munro on 01259 222336.