Active Luton wants to raise awareness of its inclusive policy for people with disabilities. In particular, Inspire: Luton Sports Village and Lewsey Sports Park both have ‘registered’ level Inclusive Fitness Initiative....
Active Luton’s Health Station will be in The Mall again from Monday 18th July until Sunday 23rd July. This is the third week that shoppers have been invited to ‘come on down’ and use the free Health Station to check the status of their health....
Active Luton is offering free diving taster sessions weekly for children age 6-14 years old and adults. Their team of experts will be on hand to help anybody who wants to give diving a go....
Our Lewsey Pool swimming teachers, Tracy and Katie and lifeguard, Rebecca met 11-year old Cade Ewington today.
Cade and his parents just wanted to say thank you – for saving his life!
The Mayor of Luton, Cllr Dave Taylor visited the children of Sacred Heart Primary School on Monday 16 May to thank them for supporting Dell Farm in response to the recent consultation on the future of the centre. Numerous letters, poems and drawings were sent by the pupils at the school expressing the reasons why Dell Farm should not close and what the centre means to them. Children from Sacred Heart Primary have been visiting Dell Farm for over twenty years.
Our Health and Wellbeing Manager, Matt Corder, recently spoke at ‘Elevate – The arena of exercise, health and performance’, a national conference at London Olympia looking at tackling the problem of inactive people. Click here to read more.
Luton Borough Council and Active Luton are pleased to confirm that Dell Farm Outdoor Education and Activity Centre in Whipsnade will remain open for at least another year following a positive community response to its potential closure. Click here to read more.
A drive to increase the number of female lifeguards In Luton is well underway by Active Luton with 18 year old Nazia Qamar, a former Denbigh High School student, becoming the first from a new female-only lifeguard training programme to pass the (RLSS) National Pool Lifeguard Qualification. Click here to read more.
Luton Town footballers, Ryan Hall and Magnus Okuonghae, and Sujel Miah from the Luton Council of Mosques were among the crowds who flocked to take advantage of a free opportunity to check the status of their health last week in the Mall, courtesy of our Health Station. Click here to read more.
Today, (Thursday 24 March) children at Norton Road Primary School learnt potentially lifesaving first aid skills taught by a specialist trainer from Active Luton.
The specially designed sessions educated students on recognising a medical emergency and how to keep the person safe until help arrives. They also learnt how to handle someone who is unconscious using the recovery position, as well as recognising and treating a bleed. Children were then encouraged to share what they learnt with family and friends to spread their lifesaving skills. While dealing with a very serious subject, the emphasis of the day was on having fun learning first aid and linking these skills to the rest of their learning in school including literacy, numeracy and of course science. Click here to read more.
Local charity Active Luton has made a special delivery of 206 Easter Eggs to the Luton Foodbank as a result of a recent promotion.
Since the start of the month all new members have had their Active Luton Profiles Health and Fitness membership start-up fee (usually £25) waived in return for donating an Easter egg to the Foodbank. Click here to read more.
Young people across Luton are being invited to take up their clubs with a range of coaching courses and events at the new Active Luton Golf Academy over the spring and summer at Stockwood Park Golf Centre.
The Active Luton Golf Academy will cater for children aged 6 – 14, led by Stockwood Park’s Professional Golf Association (PGA) professionals. Click here to read more.
If you want to make a change to your lifestyle this year then Active Luton is on hand to help you on the journey.
This New Year they have launched the #makeachange campaign to inspire and support local residents to become fit and healthy in 2016. Active Luton offers many different ways to do this and prides itself on having something for everyone. Click here to read more.
Active Luton’s Health Station had a successful week in The Mall recently when more than 300 people took advantage of the opportunity to check the state of their health quickly and conveniently, and for free.
The Health Station gives you a picture of the state of your health in just four minutes. It measures your heart rate, blood pressure and BMI and gives you a ‘heart age’ from your results. If your ‘heart age’ is below your actual age, then you’re doing well. If your ‘heart age’ is more than your actual age, then you may need to make some changes. In particular the checks can highlight any potential problems which could put your health at risk and may need further investigation by a doctor. Click here to read more.