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Thank you to everyone who joined in the Marathon Challenge in Burnham Park on Saturday 7th July. It was a great turn out on an extremely hot day and there were some incredible personal and team results! It was lovely to see families and groups of friends and … Continue reading
Following the success of the 2017 “Marathon Challenge” we are busy making plans for this year’s event which will take place in Burnham Park on Saturday 7th July. More details coming soon.
There is a packed programme of FREE sports and activities on offer on Saturday 29th July at the Burnham Sports and Activities Day. This special event is being organised by BHPT in partnership with Maidenhead based charity SportsAble. Look in … Continue reading
BHPT 1997 – 2017 As we celebrate our 20th anniversary we are keen to know what difference BHPT has made to YOU. Please take a few minutes to complete our Survey. Thank you very much.
Small Business Saturday 3rd December 2016 and Dementia Friendly Burnham “Continuing our initiative to make Burnham a thriving High Street and a welcoming place for all to shop”. Councillor Paul Kelly (South Bucks District Council) A public information drop-in … Continue reading
We have been busy updating our information sheets in our Resources section with details of new exercise and social activities. Do take a look – if you can’t find what you are looking for please contact us.
The Burnham Area Sports and Activities directory is now available online www.burnhamsportsandactivities.org.uk with details of nearly 300 local sports groups, clubs and community organisations.
Have you heard about BOB? BOB is short for Burnham Opportunity Box and it’s BHPT’s new young people’s project with its own website www.burnhamopportunitybox.org Working with and for young people in Burnham has always been a major part of Burnham Health Promotion Trust’s work. … Continue reading
A new group for men and women aged 55 and over has now started in Burnham on Tuesdays! “Movers and Shakers” includes gentle exercise, creative activities, tea and coffee, lunch – and a chance to chat! And all this costs just £5 per person.Minibus transport … Continue reading