Wear it pink!

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is back again this October and I want to encourage your readers to Wear It Pink, on 21 October. By taking part in Breast Cancer Now’s biggest and brightest fundraising event, readers can help raise as much money as possible for our world-class research and life-changing support services, helping thousands living with breast cancer across the UK. Click below to read more...


Better Bath Leisure Centre

Start your journey to a healthier you 

Whether you’re interested in getting back to the gym or you want to find simple ways to be fitter and feel better, we’re here for you. 



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Team Bath School of Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Massage

Are you looking for a new career that offers flexibility and progression without having to spend years retraining? Vocational Courses with Team Bath could be for you! Click below for more...


World Mental Health Day 

10 October 2022

The World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day on 10 October every year.

The theme of 2022's World Mental Health Day, set by the World Federation for Mental Health, is 'Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority'.


HEART UK Chief Executive, Jules Payne says the cholesterol charity wants to have one million people involved in the campaign.Using the powers of social media HEART UK is running an ambitious awareness campaign to make people more aware of cholesterol and how to it can be best managed.

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World Health Day

10th October 2022

World Mental Health day is on 10th October this year.  The day gives us all a time to reflect on our mental health, and that of those around us.  This year, the theme of ‘Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority’ echoes the ethos of Bath Mind, who, as part of the Mind Federation, a network of independent charities supporting peoples’ mental health across the UK, believe that nobody with mental ill health should be alone. Click below to read more...


Go Sober for October 

Macmillan Cancer Support are doing whatever it takes to support people living with cancer, but we need your help. By going sober this October, you’ll be raising vital funds for Macmillan, so we can continue providing much-needed physical, financial and emotional support to the millions of people living with cancer in the UK.