Active Norfolk has launched a free exercise telephone support service to help those who are vulnerable and without internet access to keep active at home.
Staying active is an important way to keep healthy and resilient to the coronavirus, and is so important that the government has identified it as one of the four reasons that people can leave their homes.
However, there are many vulnerable people who are isolating and who are also living without access to internet, and therefore unable to access the wealth of online fitness resources and advice.
Active Norfolk is keen to ensure that residents can also be supported to be physically active, so have set up a free call-back service through the Norfolk County Council Customer Service line.
People who are vulnerable and without access to internet can call 0344 800 8020 and select Option 5 and speak to someone to request a call back from Active Norfolk.
A qualified physical activity instructor will call them back free of charge and give tailored one-to-one guidance on how they can safely exercise at home.
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