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What’s on in Daventry A FREE Event for the Over 50’s


‘Stay Strong Go Steady’ Public Forum Event at Daventry Leisure Centre, Lodge Road, Daventry NN11 4FP. Thursday 27th March 2014 2.00 – 4.00pm DOF invites you to this free informative and fun meeting. Guest speakers include: Age UK, Local GP’s, DDC’s Care & Repair Service, Reach for Health. Plus: Exercise taster session suitable for all abilities, food sampling, and a quiz plus prizes and much more. Visit our promotional stands & advisory services! Plus: Free refreshments, prize draw and a chance to win a luxury spring hamper! For more information contact: Della Butcher on (01327) 302418 or email: dbutcher@daventrydc.gov.uk


Daventry & District Heart Support Group (Young at Heart) MONTHLY MEETINGS


2nd Wednesday of each month (excluding August) at 7.30pm: £2.00 donation per person at Weedon Village Hall, West Street, Weedon NN7 4QU. 12 Feb: Stick Talk by John Whiting 12 Mar: AGM Surprise Surprise!!!!!!! WALKS Start at 10.30am. Leader: Viv Crouch. On the following TUESDAYS: 18 Feb: Harlestone Walk (GRADE B) Meet: Harlestone Village Church car park 4 Mar: Long Buckby Walk (GRADE B) Meet: Library, Long Buckby 18 Mar: Nene Way Walk (GRADE B) Meet: Windmill Pub, Badby (Street parking)


SKITTLES EVENINGS:


Ye Olde Sun, Nether Heyford at 7.00pm: Wednesdays 19 Feb & 19th Mar 2014 - Supper: £2.00


NORDIC WALKS start at 2.00pm


Leader: Viv Crouch. On the following MONDAYS: 10 Feb Meet: Heart of the Shires A5 - Brockhall Walk 24 Feb Meet: Brixworth Church - Brampton Way Walk 10 Mar at 2pm Meet: Tesco Car Park Daventry - Borough Hill Walk. Leader: Viv Crouch 24 Mar at 2pm Meet: Jubilee Field Country Park, Weedon - Weedon Walk


Contact: VIV CROUCH Tel: 01327 341193 Email: kvc.crouch@btinternet.com Affiliated to the British Heart Foundation


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Walk Grades are as follows:


A = steep hills and/or stiles B = moderate hills and/or stiles


C = gentle hills – no stiles D = flat ground – no stiles


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