New Years Resolution we make them annually, with all our good intentions we make a list of goals that we set ourselves for the year. Many of us do not follow them through to the end. Half way through the year we have usually broken more than half or them.
With this one, the whole family will love it, its easy to stick to and simple- Have more fun!
We’ve come up with some ideas on how to enjoy your time as a family more in 2019:
Get fit whilst having fun as a family
Getting fit and keeping healthy can be fun, and great for the whole family.
Andover junior parkrun – weekly free 2k timed run for juniors
What is Andover junior parkrun?
It is a 2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). If you are not a junior please try one of our weekly Saturday parkrun events instead.
When is it?
It is held every Sunday at 9:00am.
Where is it?
The event takes place at Charlton Sports Fields, Charlton, Andover, Hampshire SP10 3LF
Its free, but you do need to register before your first run.
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Meet new friends
Cafes around the town have signed up to host a morning or afternoon for individuals to come along and sit with other people and get chatting.
Enjoy a movie together
For the latest Cinema Listings and to Book Tickets here.
Also available at our cinema – ODEON Kids – screenings which have been chosen especially for children and are on Saturday and Sunday mornings and everyday throughout the school holidays.
Get outside more.
Whether it’s on foot, bikes or scooters, why not check out your local surroundings.
The site is accessible from Old Winton Road off the Winchester Road.
The oldest walk in Andover.
This walk is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs and seating is provided along the route. You can see the whole of Andover from up here. On wet days be sure to take your wellies it gets very muddy.
Rooksbury Mill, Andover
A range of habitats including areas of wet woodland, chalk grassland, scrub, riparian habitats, two large lakes, ponds and a stretch of the River Anton.The park is fully accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Harewood Common, Andover, SP11 6WZ
A place to go for a peaceful walk and to spot wildlife. You can access Harewood Common just off of Bridge Close. Head through the large kissing gates to access the site.
Lakes you can walk around, and children’s playground.
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