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Best Bib n Tucker are a social enterprising, not-for-profit organisation based in South West Edinburgh.
National Bike Week (10th -18th June) is encouraging over half a million of us to join in events, rethink everyday journeys and switch to cycling as the most convenient way to get around.
Our Lothian Community Engagement worker Carol recently visited the Dementia Film Club in Tranent.
Our East Lothian community engagement worker Julie caught up with the most creative group in town…The Musselburgh Yarn Bombers.
Carol from the Lothian Community Engagement team recently visited the Musselburgh Indoor Kurling group to find out about curling with a difference.
Our East Lothian community engagement worker Carol recently visited the Doodle group which is run by Beth who works with Changes Community Health Project to find out more.
Tracey, a Living it Up Community Engagement Officer, shares her experience of celebrating diversity at a Pakistani & Scottish Poetry Community Event.
Tai Chi instructor Gillian Walker tells us how she got started and the amazing health benefits
Read all about Rob Reid and his many hobbies including Country Dancing, singing, gardening and running.
Learn from Carol how Zumba has had a positive impact on the people of East Lothian
Find out about the charity helping Scotland launch more Men's Sheds.
Morag Wilson talks about her experience with Yoga and how it can benefit mindfulness, as well as our physical abilities
Living it Up meets Paul, who went from a newbie jogger to a seasoned marathon runner
64 year old Norma tells Living it up about her passion for running and her amazing achievement of completing the West Highland Way
Betty tells us about the brilliance of belly dancing.
Football? With walking? Yes, that's right...
We take a look at the Young at Heart dance group in South Lanakshire.
Find out how music is helping people who live with Dementia in Western Isles.
Find out how being part of U3A could help you to share your talents with others.
Jane keeps us in the loop about getting crafty at Woolly Wednesdays.
Get Jazzy in Elgin! The Vice President of The Moray Jazz Club tells us how...
We take a look at the Bonnybridge adult crafting group
Paul tells us what he likes most about being involved with the Falkirk Caledonia Choir.
We spoke with Sally at the ladies Toccata Choir who told us all about the friendly and active group
A dip in the pool can be good for you!
Find out more about this long-running social group in Elgin
Turn your passion into something more.
When Sheelagh Vause decided to go back in to education, she finally fell in love with learning.
Find out how getting involved in a local handbell group opened up new opportunities for Anne.
Dawn shares her experiences of this unusual and exciting crafty hobby.
Is it time to try something new? Here's a few ideas to get you going...
Kenny tells Living It Up why he'll never give up fishing
Read about how Norma is thrilling audiences with her voice and enthusiasm for singing.
Meet Lesley, who has discovered a love for a crafty new hobby: Felting.
Alastair Hacket tells Living it Up about his double life as a detector… of metal
Chris and Nanette Mackenzie are keeping fit in body and mind in their 80s, with regular visits to the gym.
Would you like exercise and see a bit more of East Ayrshire at the same time?
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