Although the initial campaign plans, due to run from the 10th to the 16th of August, have been disrupted, this year’s National Allotments Week 2020 – focused on Growing Food for Health & Wellbeing – continues in the form of a video competition.
National Allotments Week started in 2002 as a way of raising awareness of the role allotments play in helping people to live healthier and more sustainable lives. With growing your own food comes the growth of a thriving community of like-minded individuals, developing friendships and encouraging others to get involved and get outside – all things that are of continued importance in today’s world.
To recognise National Allotments Week, we’ve chosen our Healthy Living module as August’s Module of the Month. As part of our Workplace Wellbeing range, this module explores the importance of a healthy diet, exercise and sleep and the influence each of these have on an individual’s health and wellbeing.
The course looks at a variety of food types and what makes a healthy lunch box. We will explore the benefits of exercise and finally look at some methods for improving the quality and quantity of your sleep.
To explore the Healthy Living Module for FREE, click here.
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