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Healthspan believe that staying active, eating well and having a positive outlook leads to a long and healthy lifespan.
For over 20 years Healthspan have been supporting the health and wellness of the nation by supplying the highest quality vitamins, supplements and health advice.
Although they advocate that a balanced diet should always come first, exercise increases your body’s nutrient demands, making it difficult to get all the nutrition you need through food alone – especially when you’re on the go.
This is where their health products can play a supporting role.
Learn More: www.healthspan.co.uk
Tŷ Hafan is a leading Welsh children’s charity which provides comfort, care and support to children with life-limiting conditions, along with their families. Through our vibrant hospice and diverse community programmes, we offer short -break care and help them make the most of the time they have together; creating memories and ensuring a short life is a full life.
Learn More: www.tyahfan.org
From a small cottage in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, the team bring you low in sodium mineral water, naturally filtered through rocks for a pure, clean taste.
Learn More: www.breconwater.co.uk
Awen Cultural Trust is a registered charity with objectives to enhance cultural opportunities in Bridgend and the wider region. The organisation’s purpose is to ‘make people’s lives better’ by providing space and opportunity for people to enjoy vibrant cultural experiences that inspire and enhance their sense of wellbeing. These include the Grand Pavilion in Porthcawl, Maesteg Town Hall, Awen Libraries, Bryngarw House and Country Park, Blaengarw Workmen’s Hall, three community centres and two work-based projects for adults with learning disabilities, Wood-B and B-Leaf.
Learn More: www.awen-wales.com
Grand Pavilion Learn More: www.grandpavilion.co.uk
KPC is a local grass roots charity based in Pyle since 1998, which supports young people and adults in the wider communities of Pyle, Kenfig Hill, Cornelly, Cefn Cribbwr & Porthcawl. KPC offers a range of diversionary activities and support to young people through its open access provision to give them better opportunities in life. In addition the charity helps adults through a range of employability support programmes including training, literacy/numeracy and developing better skills for employability. The charity is keen to promote health & well-being and is proud to be part of the Healthspan Porthcawl 10K.
Learn More: www.kpcyouth.com
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