Is your family at risk of diabetes? That’s the question World Diabetes Day hopes to ask more than one million people by the end of November, to raise awareness of this potentially deadly condition. Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness, amputation, heart failure and kidney disease – and, with the number of people diagnosed in the UK doubling in the last 20 years,
It’s with very mixed feelings that this month we say au revoir to our much-loved business development manager Kay Brussalis-Davis, who’s leaving behind the rain of Newport in search of sunnier climes.
Our Kay and her husband Mark are setting off on a European adventure, spending the winter travelling through France and Spain and possibly even further afield.
It’s National Eye Health Week, a subject close to our hearts due to the conversations we have with our customers about the difference good eye health makes to their lives.
The awareness week, which runs from September 23 to 29, aims to highlight the importance of getting your sight checked regularly. According to
We’re delighted to welcome a new member to our team, administrative assistant and former Post Office employee Lynette Lawry.
Lynette, who lives in Caldicot, joined our team in July, replacing our colleague Nesta, who plans to spend more time with her family. And, after making an impression on staff and customers alike,
If you enjoyed our blog about the health benefits of tennis, keep reading as we ‘serve’ up some more summer sport suggestions!
It’s a great time of year to be inspired by our tennis, cricket and cycling heroes, with the weather (usually!) proving an incentive to get outside and try a new activity.
With Wimbledon underway and the crowd-thrilling mixed doubles pairing of Serena Williams and Andy Murray, the nation is once again taking to tennis. With our parks and leisure centres filling with racquet-bearing rookies, here’s why tennis is a perfect match for your health – and how to get in on the game!
What are the health benefits of tennis?