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“Passport to health” scheme launched at libraries


A “PASSPORT to Health” initiative has been launched at Warrington’s libraries.
The scheme – which follows the success of a similar one in the autumn – has been launched by LiveWire’s community librarian team with the theme “body, mind and spirit.”
It’s easy to get involved – members just pick up a free “passport” leaflet, visit five different LiveWire libraries anytime during January and borrow a health-related book from each one.
Books included in the challenge could be on any health, wellbeing, fitness or lifestyle topic. This could be a book on cookery, mindfulness and relaxation, sport or a book from the dementia or mood boosting collections, to name just a few.
Anyone who receives five stamps should simply hand their completed passport to a member of library staff.  They will then be put into a prize draw to win a £25 book token.
Strategic libraries manager Wendy Molyneux said: “The start of a New Year is when people often think about improving their mental and physical wellbeing.  LiveWire has a wide and varied range of books to help people on their journey to becoming healthier and happier.
“Reading is often thought of as just a pastime or hobby, however research proves there are huge mental and physical benefits to reading.
“January’s ‘Passport to Health’ scheme makes it a perfect way to bring LiveWire’s offer of leisure, libraries and lifestyles together to improve people’s health and wellbeing.”
For more information and ways to get involved visit: https://livewirewarrington.co.uk/library


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