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free NHS health checks The NHS Health Check aims to help you lower your risk of four common, but often preventable diseases: heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease. This is for adults aged between 40 -74 who have not already been diagnosed with any one of these four conditions. Patients of School Lane Surgery and Grove Surgery, in conjunction with Thetford Healthy Town, are invited to attend these checks at the Healthy Living Centre. At the check, your risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and diabetes will be assessed by a Health Care Assistant and if appropriate you’ll be offered personalised advice by an NHS Health Trainer to support you in lowering your risk. The check will take around 20-30 minutes which will involve: • Recording your height, weight, sex, ethnicity and age • Taking your blood pressure • A simple (finger prick) blood test will check your cholesterol level.

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School Lane and Grove Lane Surgeries are therefore encouraging all eligible patients to respond to the offer of a free NHS Health Check to help you improve your health, and prevent a disease that may otherwise have developed.

“Thetford Healthy Town would like to wish you and your families a Happy, Healthy and Hearty 2011” www.thetfordhealthytown.co.uk

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Fruit and Veg – the convenient alternative! Are you aware that the Londis store on the Redcastle Furze Estate joined 3 other convenience stores in the county to celebrate becoming part of the Change4Life Convenience Stores Programme? The scheme is a partnership between the Department of Health and the Association of Convenience Stores, aiming to increase the availability of fresh fruit and vegetables in shops. Anyone who now visits the store will find it difficult to miss the brightly coloured signs outside and the display stands located prominently at the front of the store. These small changes have already made a noticeable difference to sales of fresh fruit and vegetables as noted by the Store Manager, Lyn Hargrove. Lyn had no hesitation in joining the scheme which she describes as ‘marvellous’, especially with their close proximity to the Redcastle Furze primary school. Lyn, and daughter Kelly who also works in the store, believes it is important to show children there are alternatives to sweets. Local primary school children played an important part in the launch for the store with one class of 7-year olds being invited to visit and pick up their free piece of fruit. The children took part in a quiz with the help of teachers and shop staff as well as Thetford Healthy Town’s Holly Gilbert. Questions had children searching the store for fruit and vegetables on sale and thinking of their favourite meal with vegetables in. Goodie bags were handed out to all before heading back to class for the day. The event was such a success that Lyn and the team aim to make it a more regular event, helping to educate children further. Many thanks to Alexandra Lynch at NHS Norfolk for organising the launch and to Lyn, Kelly and Regional Sales Manager for Londis, Jon Chapman, for bringing such a great initiative to Thetford.

The Race to Lapland In November five Thetford schools ‘virtually’ raced the 1869 miles from Thetford to Lapland in Finland! Every time a pupil, parent or staff member cycled to school they would gain ‘virtual’ miles helping them reach Lapland, in readiness for the start of the festive period. The competition was fierce, and despite the chilly weather, over the 10days 1684 journeys were made by bike!! The winning school, who reached Lapland first, and travelled 3410 miles over all, was our newest Bike It school Redcastle Furze! The school have won a day of ‘cycle sports’ with a ‘British Cycling’ coach, well done Redcastle! The Bishops school came in second place, followed by The Admirals, Norwich Road and Queensway Junior. Each school was presented with a commemorative wheel to celebrate their efforts during the race. Despite snow, 91 cyclists turned up at the Admirals on the penultimate day of the race. The family pictured travelled together, with little Ben wrapped up warm enjoying his ride to school. Bike It Officer, Georgie Burr said “I was overwhelmed by how many pupils got involved in the race, and I was really pleased that the whole school community got behind the initiative. It really felt as though the schools were in Lapland on the last day of the race as the snow fell” .

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Where does the fat we eat go? We all need a bit of fat in our diets, preferably unsaturated, to help the body absorb vitamins and stay healthy. But we shouldn’t have too much of it because our bodies find it hard to process, so we start to store it up which means we get more unhealthy and find it harder to move. This can lead to diseases like heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some cancers. 1. Body: If we eat too much fat, our body can’t process it so fatty deposits get stored everywhere and can slow us down and make it more difficult for us to move about. 2. Heart: Too much fat in our body clogs us up so our heart finds it harder to beat. This means that it struggles to do its job and carry the blood round our body, but it can also mean that it slows down and gets poorly later in life. 3. Liver: Our liver helps us to digest fat so when we have too much of the wrong kind of fat in our body the liver gets clogged up and struggles to do its job properly.

’Good’ fat v ’bad’ fat We do need to have a little bit of certain kinds of ‘good’ fats in our diet because they actually help make us healthier! So you have to be really careful that you know the difference and are making sure the kids are having the ‘right kind of fat’. Saturated fat is the ‘bad’ type of fat and the one that we need to really watch in our diets. Saturated fat can really build up in the system, eventually leading to high blood cholesterol and increasing the chances of developing heart disease. Unfortunately it is also found in lots of foods.

4. Arteries: Arteries are big veins that carry blood around our body. When we have too much of a bad kind of fat called saturated fat in our system, these arteries can get clogged up so our blood finds it difficult to get through. 5. Lungs: If we have too much fat in our system it means that our lungs have to work harder to get oxygen round our body. This can make your lungs feel strained and tired, and we may feel short of breath or even develop asthma. 6. Blood: Too much fat in our blood can give us something called ‘high cholesterol’ as we get older. This is where the blood vessels become so thick and sticky with fat that the oxygen can’t get through, making us tired and out-of-breath.

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Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do it! The MEND programme descends on Thetford in January and if you haven’t booked your place yet, now is the time! If you have a child that is 7-13 years old and you are concerned that they may be an unhealthy weight, then this 10 week programme could really help you and your family out. For both kids and adults, the sessions are fun and definitely not about lecturing or telling you what is ‘good’ and ‘bad’ or ‘right’ and ‘wrong’. What they do offer is an opportunity for kids to play games in a place that is completely safe and comfortable, with the aim of helping you to understand the small changes that your family could make to lead healthier and happier lives. There is no cost to the programme, yet you get to be involved in food tasting and supermarket tours amongst other activities. The programme begins on Friday 14th January, so book your place early! Call Toby on 01603 761122.

NHS Health Checks Want to know more? As mentioned on the front page of this month’s newsletter, Grove Surgery and School Lane Surgery are offering 40 - 74 year olds the opportunity to get a free NHS health check.

If you have some questions about the checks or would just like to find out more, then you can come and see us at various locations across Thetford in January. Together with the NHS Health Trainers we will be able to answer questions and book you in for an appointment at the Healthy Living Centre. Visit us on: Fri 7th Jan: Wellspring, Church on the Way, 18.00 - 20.30

Sustrans Bike It Champion wins award: Carl Clark, The Bishops School ‘Bike It Champion’, is to receive a certificate from Malcolm Sheppard, Sustrans director to thank him for being such a fantastic volunteer. Carl was nominated for a Sustrans volunteer award because of the energy and enthusiasm he has given the Bike It project at the Bishops school. Carl, pictured, spends a large amount of his spare time fixing bikes for pupils and families of the school, and has set up a parent loan scheme so that families can enjoy cycling together. For some families this has been the chance for them to discover a new and healthy way to spend time together. He also runs bike events with the community Spirit youth club. Georgie said “Carl gives so much to his community and the success of The Bike It project on the Abbey Estate is largely due to Carls commitment, enthusiasm and generosity”.

Tues 11th Jan: Gazebo, King Street, 10.00 - 14.00 Wed 12th Jan: Meet Up Café, 10.00 - 14.00 Thurs 13th Jan: Abbey Neighbourhood Centre, 10.00 - 14.00 Fri 14th Jan: Thetford Library, 9.00 - 13.00 Mon 17th Jan: Breckland Leisure Centre, time TBC Tues 18th Jan: Sainsbury’s Thetford, 10.00 - 18.00 Several other locations are to be confirmed nearer the time and we hope to visit a number of cafes in the area as well, so please keep your eyes open for details in the local press and on our Facebook page or give us a call on 01842 757350 to find out more.

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Adult gardening sessions Schools sessions Over the summer and autumn months, the Thetford Healthy Town gardening projects have been busy. The adult gardening sessions at Riversdale Community centre have been packed with participants learning about growing herbs, vegetables and making their own compost. The group has taken some of the project’s produce; basil, chard, carrots and potatoes home to try out tasty ways of using what they have grown! During each session there has been a ‘gardener’s question time’ where Pat the trainer has answered of questions on growing vegetables. Over the course of the year, gardeners have battled the elements from the cold and wet, to some exceptionally hot sessions over the summer! Thanks to Kate who volunteered to share her enthusiasm and experience with our gardening group. This training has now finished, but thanks to all involved who made it such a great project.

At the Thetford Academy, pupils have harvested and cooked their own potatoes, planted raised beds, learnt to make jams, weeded and tended beans, carrots and all manner of vegetables. Pupils have got their hands dirty, got active by planting and weeding, as well as learning all about growing their own produce. At Bishop School young gardeners have busied themselves building raised beds and with help from other Thetford Healthy Town projects, filling them up with vegetables and plants through the term. The schools projects will continue in January 2011, so if your child would like to get involved please contact Lucinda Leonard on 01362 698216 or email lucinda@norfolkrcc.org.uk

The Great SWAPATHON! Change4Life are starting 2011 with a bang launching the GREAT SWAPATHON!!! This is a chance for you and your family to pledge to make a small change in your life that will make a big difference to your health. From January there will be a tool on the Change4Life website http://www.nhs.uk/change4life and Facebook page which will help you to pledge your swap. Here are a few suggestions to get you thinking: • Spending less time sitting indoors playing games and more time outside playing in the park • Instead of having a pack of crisps in your lunchbox swap it for a yoghurt and piece of fruit • Take the stairs rather than the lift whenever you get a change • Twice a week, swap the car for your bike or walk on short journeys to school or work • Swap an evening a week in front of the TV for an evening of learning to dance • Replace a morning alone indoors for a morning in the great outdoors with new friends at a walking group

Competition We are giving away a signed Darren Huckerby football and a pink smoothie maker to the best new suggestion for a swap!! Tell us your idea, with your preferred prize. New ideas will be passed on to the change4life team as they are keen to publicise new ideas. Simply send your idea on a card with your name, address and contact telephone number and send it to Thetford Healthy Town, The Limes, 32 Bridge Street, Thetford, IP24 3AG, or drop the card into any of our survey collection boxes located at: The Library, Grove Surgery, School Lane Surgery, Healthy Living Centre, Abbey Neighbourhood Centre or The Meetup Café. Alternatively email your swap to www.thetfordhealthytown.co.uk. The competition closes on 31 January 2011. Entries will not be accepted with anyone from the THT Programme. The Programme Managers decision is final.

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New Year at the Leisure Centre January is traditionally a time when people make New Years resolutions but are often short of money and time to commit to a gym membership. Unfortunately by the time February comes around, the motivation and enthusiasm has already been lost and all the good intentions of improving our general health and fitness are lost for another year. To help you out, Thetford Leisure Centre has 3 great value for money offers available in the New Year: • Get Off Your Sofa - Join our 'Expressions' membership now through till 31st January and pay absolutely nothing when you join. The sooner you join the more money you save! No fee's to be paid until February! Membership includes unlimited usage of the gym, swimming pools, and group exercise classes. • Swim 2012 - Monthly swimming membership now available for just £20.12/month. Prices Frozen until 2012. • Flabelos - Recently installed vibration technology now available. Burn fat, lose weight, and increase muscle tone. Lose a dress size in 3 weeks!! Each session provides a complete body workout in just 10-minutes, so this machine is fantastic the quick workout. Single sessions cost £4, whilst one months unlimited usage cost £30. Terms and conditions apply. Ask staff for details. Contact (01842) 753110 or e-mail thetford@parkwood-leisure.co.uk.

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New Year, New You After the mince pies, Christmas pudding and turkey, what better way to start your New Year’s resolution than by motivating yourself to set a new goal with like minded people to help you? How many of us have set ourselves healthy challenges, stuck to them perfectly for the first few days and then for one reason or another have lost the will by the end of the week?

The Thetford Healthy Town team joined in the town’s festivities in early December at the Christmas lights switch on. The Joy of Food’s Sean West kindly prepared homemade winter vegetable soup which the team handed out to those braving the cold. Many left, with recipe in-hand, to meet Santa Claus who arrived in style via a TARDIS! As Santa took to his more typical mode of transport - his sleigh - we continued to dish out hot soup to hungry onlookers. The whole event was a truly festive occasion with the street lined with colourful stalls and all were serenaded by carol singers.

Life4Life is a programme aimed specifically at tacking the issues which stop us from achieving that New Year’s resolution of shifting those extra pounds. Life4Life courses have been run across the county with some fantastic results, with many people recording weight losses after just 4 weeks, together with reductions in waist size (all important for fitting into those jeans!). The programme is made up of 4 sessions which last just 2 hours each, and best of all they are free! Courses will run when there are enough people wanting to take part, so call Lynn or Paul on 01493 853159 to find out more.

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COPD - What is it? And should I be worried? Back in November 2010 the British Lung Foundation held ‘World COPD Day’ which aimed to identify some of the ‘missing millions’ who have chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) without realising it. COPD is a term used to describe a range of conditions, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema, where the lining of the airways is damaged making it harder to breathe. It is a progressive disease that kills 30 000 people a year. Although it is irreversible it can be slowed in its tracks so diagnosing it early is really important. Estimates suggest that although 3.7 million people in the UK have the disease but as little as 900 000 know that they have it.

What are the symptoms? Coughing, phlegm and shortness of breath can be symptoms of COPD. Initially these symptoms may just be noticeable in winter or could be attributed to ‘smokers cough’ leading cases to be diagnosed and treated late. Early diagnosis is really important and this is why the British Lung Foundation have developed an online ‘breath test’. By logging on to http://www.lunguk.org/ and visiting the ‘World COPD Day’ section, you can check whether you may have COPD without realising it. It will not give you a definitive diagnosis, you should always visit your GP for this, but it can help to identify people who have a problem with their lungs.

Smoking and COPD Quitting smoking can lower your risk of developing COPD, if you would like to quite smoking then META and the Thetford Health Trainers are here to help: META’s Stop Smoking Service is for members of the migrant European communities in Thetford and surrounding areas and can be delivered in Portuguese, Polish, Lithuanian, Russian and English - telephone 01842 754639 or call in at The Limes, 32 Bridge Street on weekdays from 9 – 5 (Friday until 7pm) or on Saturday mornings. Thetford Health Trainer Service also offers a stop smoking service to anyone over the age of 16 living in Thetford. The service is available by appointment at a time and place to suit you, including evenings and weekends. To make an appointment please either call us on 01842 757341, email sarah.lynam@norfolk-pct.nhs.uk or call in to our office at The Limes, 32 Bridge Street, Thetford. The service is free, available in many languages and also offers support with increasing exercise, reducing alcohol and better nutrition.

New Archery, Boxing, Badminton & Running Groups! Breckland Council are teaming up with Active Norfolk to bring some fantastic new activities to Thetford in the New Year. For 1116 year olds there will be archery and boxing (each £2 a session) whilst those over 16 will be able to enjoy badminton (£17.50 for 8 weeks) and running (£8 for 8 weeks). All sessions are held at Breckland Leisure Centre. For a full list of dates and how to book your place, please see the calendar overleaf.

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Combat Bootcamp (13-16y) Combat Bootcamp (13-16y) Walking for Health Tai Chi River Corridor Volunteers Walking for Health Walking for Health Tai Chi Ballroom and Latin Dancing River Corridor Volunteers Combat Bootcamp MEND programme begins! Walking for Health Combat Bootcamp Street Dance (12-16y) Boxing (11-16y) Walking for Health Archery (11-16y) Tai Chi Ballroom and Latin Dancing River Corridor Volunteers Combat Bootcamp Walking for Health MEND programme Combat Bootcamp Street Dance (12-16y) Boxing (11-16y) Walking for Health Archery (11-16y) Tai Chi Ballroom and Latin Dancing River Corridor Volunteers Combat Bootcamp Walking for Health MEND programme Combat Bootcamp Street Dance (12-16y) Badminton (16+) Running Boxing (11-16y) Bike Amnesty Archery (11-16y)

Thu 6 Jan Fri 7 Jan Tue 11 Jan Wed 12 Jan Thu 13 Jan Fri 14 Jan Sat 15 Jan Mon 17 Jan Tue 18 Jan Wed 19 Jan Thu 20 Jan Fri 21 Jan Sat 22 Jan Mon 24 Jan Tue 25 Jan Wed 26 Jan Thu 27 Jan Fri 28 Jan Sat 29 Jan Mon 31 Jan Tues 1 Feb

Venue and Details Meet Up Café base camp (booking essential - details below) Meet Up Café base camp (booking essential - details below) Meet at Thetford Castle Street car park Thetford Methodist Church Contact Digby Smith for venue Meet at Thetford Riverside Kiosk Meet at 2 Mile Bottom picnic site (A134 Thetford/Mundford Road) Thetford Methodist Church Carnegie Rooms Contact Digby Smith for venue Outside Breckland Leisure Centre Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Meet at East Wretham Nature Reserve (on A1075) Castle Park Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Meet at Santon Downham Forestry Commission Offices car park Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Thetford Methodist Church Carnegie Rooms Contact Digby Smith for venue Outside Breckland Leisure Centre Meet at Thetford Riverside Kiosk Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Castle Park Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below ) Meet at Thetford Riverside Kiosk Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Thetford Methodist Church Carnegie Rooms Contact Digby Smith for venue Outside Breckland Leisure Centre Meet at High Lodge, Thetford Forest Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Castle Park Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below) King Street, Thetford Breckland Leisure Centre (booking essential - details below)

Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contact . . . . . . . . . .Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Email Archery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stefan Clifford . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01362 656870 Badminton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Active Norfolk . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01603 731564 / 732333 Balance Mind & Body . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Michelle Jermy . . . . . . . . . . . . .07725 582817 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .michelle@living4life.co.uk Ballroom & Latin Dancing . . . . . . . . . . .Holly Gilbert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01842 757350 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .holly.gilbert@norfolk.nhs.uk Bike It . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Georgie Burr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01842 757349 / 07973 128206 . . . . . . . . . . .georgie.burr@sustrans.org.uk Boxing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stefan Clifford . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01362 656870 Combat Bootcamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Catherine Kidd . . . . . . . . . . . . .08456 345185 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .info@combatbootcamp.co.uk Combat Bootcamp (13-16y) . . . . . . . . .Sue Morter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01603 702374 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sue@thelivelycrew.co.uk Green Ventures Bikes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chris Norton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01842 821459 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .green.ventures@keystonetrust.org.uk Grow Your Own Gardening . . . . . . . . . .Lucinda Leonard . . . . . . . . . . . .01362 698216 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .lucinda@norfolkrcc.org.uk Joy of Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sean West . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01842 768305 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .joyoffood@keystonetrust.org.uk MEND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Toby Nickerson . . . . . . . . . . . . .01603 761122 River Corridor Volunteers . . . . . . . . . . . .Digby Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01842 760369 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .digby.smith@btopenworld.com Running . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Active Norfolk . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01603 731564 / 732333 Street Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Carla Keen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .07731 980756 Tai Chi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gary Brighton . . . . . . . . . . . . . .01842 763156 Walking for Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Malcolm Bellingham . . . . . . . .01842 757351 / 07747 077159 . . . . . . . . . . .malcolm.bellingham@yahoo.com Want more information? Contact enquiries@thetfordhealthytown.co.uk

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Thetford Healthy Town Newsletter January 2011