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The Lewisham Well-being Map

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Ella Roberta Inquest – Legal Fees Appeal

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Emily Mottershead is a practising paramedic who set up a business teaching accredited First Aid courses and also designing bespoke training programmes for people and groups with specific needs. Due to high demand she is running an extra Paediatric First Aid course  on 21st and 22nd March.  The course follows the OFSTED and EYFS guidelines. A manual and certificate valid for 3 years is given to all successful candidates. The course costs £70. This course will take place in SE4 1LE To book a place please …

Emily Mottished is a Lewisham based Paramedic who runs accredited first aid training courses in Lewisham and Bromley. Two-day Paediatric first aid course. This course  has been developed for those who are working with children and infants. It will be of particular interest to teachers, child minders, crèche assistants, playgroup personnel and anyone else who has …

Eurythmy is a social art of movement which can be done by anyone regardless of age. The gentle exercises help improve concentration and co-ordination and develop inner flexibility. Please come and join our lovely group! Date: Thursday mornings Time: 9.30-10.30am Cost: £40 for 5 sessions, £10 for drop-in Location: Lochaber Hall, Manor Lane Terrace, SE13 …

Katrina starts new classes in Hither Green next week. Her classes do book up quickly, so get in touch via her website or Facebook to secure a place. KN-Pilates.com Facebook

Emily Mottishead is a local paramedic and First Aid trainer who set up a business offering accredited courses. 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work (£35) Sunday 15th March 2015 Sunday 26th April 2015 Sunday 24th May 2015 Saturday 13th June 2015 Sunday 5th July 2015 2 Day Paediatric First Aid (meets Ofsted and EYFS guidelines – £70) Saturday and Sunday 7th March and 8th March 2015 Saturday and Sunday 18th …

Our final Breakfast for this week is based simply … on our most conveniently ‘packaged’ foods: Fresh fruit Fruit is ideal for breakfast; not just for a dessert or mid-day snack. Fresh fruits contain lots of juice to rehydrate and refresh tired cells from the night before (particularly if alcohol of any description was consumed!) …

Happy New Year All! Following our theme for this month, on Breakfasts, here is the second of the drinks I recommend for starting the day, in a cleansing way. Fresh Juices Not simply for summer, seasonal juices can help to boost the immune system, balance energy and support skin healing by stimulating the lymphatic system. …

Smoothies A fresh blended drink maintains its total fibre content and is, as such more filling. Ingredients Use a selection of fresh fruit eg bananas, pear; the fewer ‘bits’ the better. Ie use fresh orange juice, over orange segments, because of the pith (unless using a high-powered blender eg. Vita-Mix. Vary the ingredients, add herbal root powders …

A decent cereal makes all the difference; choose one without added sugar wherever possible. Fresh is best, undoubtedly but isn’t always the most practical. Processed cereals are low sources of nutrients. Once ‘whole’, these flakes, puffs etc are over crisped grains, with minerals added back into them (after having had them stripped out!) The nutrient …

Happy New Year All! After the excesses of Christmas season, now is as good a time as any to start as we mean to go on and take the plunge into a healthier and tastier New Year. On the menu this month…. Breakfast is known as one of the most important meals of the day, …