300 Have a Go activities in Feel Good Festival, Leyton success in Connecting Communities

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The Score Centre and Feel Good Too News

Walthom Forest

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Feel Good Festival

Throughout June Waltham Forest will hold a series of sport, leisure, wellbeing, learning and culture events as part of its Feel Good Festival.

There’ll be 30 days of activities where you can come along and try something that interests you with many of the activities being in Leyton.

There are more than 300 Have A Go events including practical and academic taster sessions ranging from jewellery-making and gardening to English courses through to learning cricket or trying women’s BMXercise.

Read on to find out what’s going on this month and how you can connect, be active, take notice, learn or give – and help us to make Waltham Forest the Feel Good borough.

Find out more about the activities

European Cup matches attracts crowds to Feel Good Too

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Last weekend hundreds of people came to the Feel Good Too centre as Waltham Forest hosted the first round of the CEV Continental Cup.

The European Volleyball Federation (CEV) chose the Feel Good Too Centre in Leyton to host the event, where the England men's and women's teams began their quest to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

The England Women played teams from France, Belarus and Northern Ireland while the England Men played Switzerland and Armenia.

Find our more about the Feel Good Too centre

Connecting Communities success in Leyton

Connecting Communities Area Network Manager: Carolyn Sellick

Waltham Forest’s Connecting Communities programme aims to inspire others to do something positive by shining a light on our local heroes and providing residents with opportunities get involved in their communities.

When Connecting Communities held its first meeting in Leyton last month, the turnout was impressive and the enthusiasm was infectious.

Leyton Area Manager, Carolyn Sellick (pictured) said: "The first Connecting Communities meeting in Leyton was a very inspiring! Five people signed up to a community mentoring scheme, and residents shared their thoughts across a range of issues, from better supporting isolated older people to engaging young people."

It’s easy to get involved, just email Carolyn Sellick

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