Before the Easter break, I thought it would be useful to round up the current RGU Fit for the Future Group activities
Smoking Cessation Groups
We have two more sessions of our Smoking Cessation groups: Wednesday 30 March, and Wednesday 6 April. If you want to join in please pop along to N247 in the Sir Ian Wood Building at 1pm for the drop in sessions. These are taken by NHS Grampian Advisors and last approximately 20 minutes.
Modern Munro Challenge
The Challenge is still running! We can provide you with a record card to keep track of all the flights of stairs you climb, until you reach the equivalent of a Munro (3000 feet).
If you want to record your progress – or maybe have a competition with colleagues – you can either collect a card from Katharine Mieras (H308, FOHSC) or email for one to be sent to you.
We are hoping to soon roll the Challenge out to those located in Central Services and Schoolhill, watch this space! Also we hope to make the record card more accessible, further updates will be posted on this blog. To make sure you never miss a post, just click the ‘follow’ button at the foot of the page.
We hope that these will start up again on Fridays from after the Easter break – once the weather is more predictable, hopefully! Updates will be posted on the Bulletin and on this Blog.
Work is currently undergoing to repair these routes following storm damage over the winter. We hope these will be relaunched after the Easter break – to coincide with the Campus Walks – watch this space.
Keep an eye on Aramark’s current promotions and upcoming events by following their Blog, Made at RGU.
Lunchtime Jazz in SIWB
The last of these sessions will take place on Friday 29 April in the atrium of Sir Ian Wood Building.
Mental Health Awareness Week
It is hoped that this will take place in May – watch out for further information.
Ian Webster is hoping to start up a Mens’ Shed at RGU. This is for men only! Students and Staff will be welcome to attend. More information to follow, but if you want to find out more about the concept have a look here. If you’re interested in this initiative, please contact Ian Webster