All our services and training programmes are bespoke and created with individual requirements in mind. We want everyone to have fun as we explore how we can transform your company or organisation.“Our experience of working with Brightstone has been overwhelmingly positive.
Fun & Fit Norfolk is for people who are currently not active at all or who do very limited physical activity.
We want to help you find an activity you enjoy that will improve not only your health, but your social life and confidence.
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New Diorama present a Huge Camden Fun Palace, in partnership with Told By An Idiot, Deafinitely Theatre, Fitzrovia Centre, Camden People’s Theatre, The Attic, Diorama Arts Centre, Regent’s Place and British Land. Featuring Idiot Olympics, a huge room of fashion delights, a reading corner and open mic, arts and crafts, giant board games, therapeutic activities and much more.
We had some amazing Foodimals entries and it was a very difficult decision to make but someone had to win!
Congratulations to Grace at Eats Amazing for her, well AMAZING ‘leafy with a chance of rabbits‘ Competition: Today sees the release of the hippopotamus-sized adventure Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 on Blu-Ray and DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
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All sessions are for one hour per week and are either free of charge, or cost a small fee to attend.
Fun & Fit is organised by Active Norfolk with funding support from Norfolk County Council Public Health.
Then this guy came along and said, ‘I’m going to make you massive! "As well as singing, we can dance too, so we can bring a lot of fun to the stage.” Healey believes there “is a massive gap in the industry for a boy band like us” and added: “ We don’t take ourselves too seriously.