Macmillan Move More has arrived in East Lothian
Move More East Lothian is a physical activity programme which offers a range of activities, across the county, designed for people living with, and beyond, cancer.
As part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s national campaign to support people living with cancer to become, and stay, more physically active and improve health throughout their cancer experience, Move More East Lothian is a physical activity referral programme, delivered by enjoyleisure, in partnership with East Lothian Council and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Fully trained exercise instructors and volunteers facilitate the activities, ensuring they are right for the participant, helping to build confidence, balance and strength, in a fun and supportive environment. The programme offers a range of activities, including;
Referrals can be made into the programme through any healthcare professional or by self-referral. To find out more about More More East Lothian, please get in touch or download and complete the referral form in 'Related documents' section below and send to:
NHS/Healthcare Professional Referrals: Lothian.firstname.lastname@example.org
See 'Related documents' section below - please complete and return form to Move More or drop into an enjoyleisure centre.
Volunteers are essential to the Move More programme! They lead or support all Move More activities. If you would like to find out more about volunteering opportunities, please get in touch via the contact details
We are seeking Cancer Rehabilitation Level 4 qualified instructors to run our Move More Circuits classes. If you have these qualifications or know someone who does, please get in touch - full details are in role description the 'Related Documents' section below, or give us a call.
If you'd like to get involved in any other capacity, please get in touch - thank you!
For tips on getting more active and how to get started, please visit the Macmillan website.
Or, for more information about the Move More programme in Scotland, go to Move More Scotland.