Our Sporting Memories groups have been enjoying one of our new features of our sessions, courtesy of former Newport RFC player and broadcasting legend, Phil Steele.
Phil was a regular at our sessions before lockdown, sharing his stories and huge range of sporting memories with us. He has kindly offered to use his broadcasting expertise and conducted various interviews with sporting legends for our groups to download and listen to at home which have already proved very popular.
This month, our groups got to hear from former Wales player, Steve Fenwick.
To be one of the first to hear Phil’s interviews, join us on our Sporting Memories groups today.
Not only will you get to hear Phil’s incredible interviews, but everyone on the programme receives a weekly newsletter jam-packed with sporting memories with an added quiz to think about. You’ll be added to our virtual rugby club (Whatsapp) to join in our various conversations.
As well as keeping our minds active, the team are always coming up with fun new ways to engage our members in physical exercise from stretching exercises, ten-pin bowling, and target throwing games with paper aeroplanes and balloons.
Our Sporting Memories sessions are designed to help re-live positive memories and provide joy and companionship. If you or someone you know would like to get involved and join us, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.