Our January newsletter is out now! We all know that a certain amount of exercise is important for good health—both physical and mental—but it can be hard to get going, especially if you have limited mobility or suffer from low mood.

Exercise is the focus for this month but, don’t worry, we’re not going to ask you to run a marathon or start going to the gym 5 time a week! There are some simple exercises which can be done by nearly all of us and by making them a part of our daily lives can, with a little effort, have a big impact.

We take a look at some advice from Dr Rangan Chatterjee.  He is a GP and the author of several books. Dr Chatterjee often focuses on low-impact exercises suitable for most people and is an advocate for the benefits of fitting these into your daily routine.  You can get more of his great tips and advice on  Dr Chatterjee’s website

In the meantime, click here to read this months newsletter

Project Food newsletter January 2023


Welcome to the May edition of our Project Food Newsletter May 2024 In this update, you will meet two of our incredible fundraisers who are conquering the 630-mile South West Coast Path to raise money for Project Food. Click here … More

Come and join us for this year’s fundraising night at River Cottage on Wednesday 19th June at 6.30pm. You will enjoy an exquisite blend of traditional Italian fare and renowned River Cottage dining in a truly breathtaking location, a 100-acre … More

Project Food volunteer Carole and her husband Jeff are taking on an epic 630-mile trek to raise money for Project Food and Dementia UK. Jeff has always dreamed of completing the Coastal Path in one continuous journey, despite having walked … More