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Gerry Scrivens with the toning ladies

Share your stories and experiences

As a local charity we pride ourselves on having a positive impact for people living in our local communities. Your stories bring to life the very nature of all that the charity is trying to achieve and go a long way to inspiring others.

Your stories are a great way of enabling other people to find out about our work and you encourage them to take their first steps to positively impacting their own lives. This ripples through groups and communities therefore benefitting many.

One of the greatest ways in which you can support us is by sharing your stories and experiences with friends, family, on social media and with us.

Liz Murray practicing her poses for the ALC Fitness Expo

Volunteer with us

Our volunteers bring to life the very essence of the charity and make a real and lasting difference to our work and the people we work with.

They are friendly people with an innate desire to help others. Their vast and varied skillsets and backgrounds help develop the charity in unique and innovative ways.

We always welcome new volunteers to help our customers and to support the work of the charity.

If you would like to support our charity and help other people move more and feel better, please get in touch.

Play in our league

Play in our league

Join our successful ten-pin bowling league as an individual or as part of a team. You will be able to enjoy a sport you love whilst generating valued funds for the charity.

The league brings people together socially and competitively. We have created our own sporting community which enables us to fulfil our charitable objectives, move more and feel better.

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“Hi, my name is Ken, I’m 73 years young, am retired and look after my wife as a carer. I try to keep as fit as I can through exercise and helping others, as I believe in life you should give that little bit more than what you take.”

Ken

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