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Supporting Self Care Week 2018

7.11.2018
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The YMCA are supporting NHS Self Care Week from 12th November – 16th November 2018. We will be at the following venues next week, so come along and say hi!

We are raising awareness of Self Care Week with a strapline to choose ‘self care for life’ and we aim to assist increasing people’s knowledge of their health and understanding of how to look after themselves. Self Care Week focuses on embedding support for self care across communities, families and generations.

Day

Event

Monday
Poplar House Flu Clinic

1pm-4pm
Aldi Poulton

10am-12noon

Tuesday
Kirkham Reformed Church

1pm-5pm […]

Success at Fylde Council Sports Awards 2018

A great night full of talent, dedication and commitment was on display at the Fylde Council Sports Awards on Thursday November 1st. The YMCA were privileged to obtain two awards on the night with our very own Chris Nay collecting the Coach of the Year award and in recognition of his service to the local community with over 35 years service to the YMCA, Dave Lean was awarded the Lifetime Achievement. Both winners will go on to represent Fylde at the county Lancashire Sports Awards on November 23rd at the Grand Hotel in Blackpool.

Our fully […]

Check Out Our Kid’s October Half Term Activities & Holiday Clubs!

Summer 2015 Activities

Don’t struggle for low cost ideas to keep the kids entertained and active throughout the October Half Term Holidays. At YMCA Fylde Coast, you will find everything from splashtastic Swimming Activities and fun-filled Multi-Sports Camps & Holiday Clubs to Harry’s Soft Play Area, Air Skate Park and YMCA Bowl offers.

Click here for more information regarding all our action packed kid’s activities and holiday clubs […]

#IAMWHOLE

Mental health difficulties among children and young people are common, and can be both persistent and damaging. #IAMWHOLE calls on individuals to stand together, united as a movement, against negative stereotypes and language surrounding mental health by challenging others and themselves about the words they use and learn more about the impact these stereotypes and insults can have. Despite increased awareness and recognition, young people all over the UK and Ireland are still subjected to stigma as a result of the mental health difficulties they are experiencing.
This year, the #IAMWHOLE campaign aims to raise increased awareness of mental health […]

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