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Resolutions flagging?

21 January 2014

By this point in the month, most of us have abandoned our New Year's resolutions to be healthier, happier and fitter.


It can be difficult to stick to healthy promises at the beginning of the year, but a new service is set to help Halton residents get back on the road to health and wellbeing.


The service enables residents to get active outside and meet new people through a programme of walks and volunteering.


The activities are based in local green spaces and are completely free. They include green volunteering and nature awareness walks at Runcorn Hill, and a "Mud to Muscle" volunteering session at Wigg Island.


Paul Nolan, Chair of the Natural Health Service and Director of The Mersey Forest, which is helping to fund the initiative, said: "It's never been easier to walk your way to health in Halton, and our programme offers something for everyone.


"Everyone is welcome, from families to those with carers."


To get involved, please phone 01925 816217. Further information about the Natural Health Service can be found at

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