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The Bucks & MK Sport and Activity Partnership is currently delivering a physical activity project on behalf of Bucks County Council, focusing especially on the needs of older adults in the Aylesbury Vale.

Included in this initiative is a Gentle Keep Fit programme which is starting on Wednesday 30th January, in Haddenham village hall between 1.30pm and 2.30pm.

All equipment will be provided.

There will be a charge of £4.00 per session.

If you (or anyone you know) would like to do more to maintain your flexibility, balance and general wellbeing, why not give it a try?

For more information, contact Karen Bunce, Email: karenfwilliams1974@msn.com or telephone: 07784 286872.

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