What is the One You Wellbeing Festival?
Our busy lives often mean our own health is at the bottom of our list of priorities. The One You Wellbeing Festival is a celebration of the small changes you can make to help you feel good and improve your health right away.
Join us at the One You Wellbeing Day on Sunday 7 May, then discover your new favourite way to get active with two weeks of free, discounted and low-cost physical activity sessions.
This is part of the national One You campaign. Over one million people have already started their One You journey to a happier, healthier life. It’s never too late to join them. Take the free How Are You health quiz, to get personalised recommendations on how to start the journey to a healthier you. Check out your score and see what tools One You suggests to help you change.
Where is the Festival taking place?
The One You Wellbeing Day will take place at the Aldershot Garrison Sports Centre. Then between Monday 8 and Sunday 21 May physical activity sessions will be taking place in various locations across Hart, Rushmoor and Waverley.
How do I take part?
You can come along to the One You Wellbeing Day any time between 11am and 3pm, there’s no need to book.
Some physical activity sessions happening during the two weeks will need to be booked in advance. You can find all the details below including who the sessions are suitable for.
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Who is involved?
We’ve joined up with North East Hampshire & Farnham CCG, Rushmoor Borough Council and Waverley Borough Council to organise the Festival. We’re grateful to all of the groups, services and organisations who are getting involved and helping to make it happen.
One You Wellbeing Day
Sunday 7 May
A free fun event for all ages. View a PDF of the poster here.
One You Move More
Monday 8 – Sunday 21 May
Discover the right activity for YOU with the One You Wellbeing Festival.
Being active is a great way to get more out of life and feel good but most of us are not getting the right amount of activity we need to stay healthy.
There are lots of ways you can get moving, and finding an activity you enjoy means you’re more likely to stick with it.
From Monday 8 – Sunday 21 May we’re encouraging people to try something new and move more with a range of free, discounted and low-cost physical activity opportunities across Hart, Rushmoor and Waverley.
Moving more could help you to improve your health, sleep better, de-stress, feel energised, maintain a healthy weight, meet people and spend time with friends.
All of the activities on offer are provided by local leisure centres, instructors, groups and clubs. To get involved simply look through what’s on offer, find the activities you want to try and contact the organiser using the contact details provided.
You can also find plenty more ideas and tips about simple ways to get more active here.
Here you can find information about what’s on in Hart, click on the activity you are interested in for more information.
- Frogmore Leisure Centre discounted sessions for over 50's
- Hart Leisure Centre discounted sessions for over 50's
- Breeze Women's cycle rides
- Breeze Cycling skills and confidence sessions for women
- Blackwater Bounders beginners' running group
- Hart Health Walks
- Stretch and Tone class
- Metanoia Yoga
- Yogonomy Yoga
- Odiham & North Warnborough Bowling Club taster session
- Basingstoke Canal Canoe Club kayak racing
- Yateley adults afternoon swim session
- Dawn Chorus walk (beginners)
- Senses Wellness Centre classes for over 50s
- Fleet & Ewshot Hockey Club sessions
- Fleet Library wellbeing taster sessions
When booking or attending sessions please quote ‘Wellbeing Festival’.
The Council is not the agent of the business(s) mentioned and makes no claims as to the capabilities of those service providers. You should make your own enquiries by checking on membership of trade associations and other relevant bodies and where applicable on adequate insurance cover.
If you have any further enquiries about what’s on, please feel free to contact us on 01252 774228 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.