People who work office hours will be happy to know that two very enthusiastic ladies will be leading “Heart and Sole”, the newest Heart Foundation Walking Group in the City of Cockburn, three days a week at Cockburn Central. Welcome to Janelle and Jenny.
Welcome also to Amy who is taking over as walk organiser for existing walking group, the South Lake Suns.
TravelSmart to Fremantle to join one of these great treks: Historic city walk, Aboriginal cultural walk or Be Active walk.
When: Sunday 19th October 8.45am for a 9am start
Where: Pioneer Park—opposite Fremantle Train Station
Please arrive by TravelSmart means: walking, cycling or public transport Journey planner available at www.transperth.wa.gov.au/
To register go to www.fremantle.wa.gov.au/travelsmarttrek or call 9411 3444
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As of Thursday 4th September the Heartmoves class at the Salvation Army Hall on the corner of Erpingham Road and Southwell Crescent in Hamilton Hill will start at the new time of 11.15am with exercise physiologist Alex Lalovic.
The Co-Health team would like to thank facilitator Rosie Allan for her years of dedication and inspiration to the class and wish her well in her retirement.
The Fremantle Women’s Health and Wellbeing Day takes place on the 24th of September between 10am and 12:30pm at the Hilton Community Centre.
Come down and talk to professionals about important women’s health issues.
Enjoy free activities such as Belly Dancing, Tai Chi, Zumba Gold and chair massages!
Morning tea will be provided.
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There is currently an exciting free ten week project for young people aged 14-17 at the Youth Centre to “earn a bike, build a bike” with Dismantles bike mechanics on Wednesday afternoon’s from 2-6pm.
Just drop in for 2 hours between 2 and 6pm and start building! The first bike you build will be donated to charity and the second bike is yours to keep.
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Your Move has motivated 10,000 households in Cockburn to get active, your way with support and contact with coaches face to face, on the phone and via the Your Move website and Facebook page.
As the program officially ended on 30 June 2014, households involved in the program are encouraged to continue setting personal goals that include active travel like using public transport, riding and walking and also getting involved in the many community events and programs the City provides throughout the year.
Stay in contact and see all the upcoming community events provided by the City by liking our Facebook page.
For active travel, the City’s TravelSmart Program:
- Supports local primary schools to encourage active travel through
- Provides regular bike education and bike maintenance programs for children and adults
- Supports the local Bicycle User Group
- Looks to improve the current path network for riders and walkers
- Organises community bike rides for everyone, all ages and abilities
- Provide free local resources such as cycling, walking and public transport such as maps and brochures
Contact Katy for more information on any of these programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the City’s Recreation Services programs.