Salford Red Devils to host ‘Salford Health Day’ in partnership with AJ Bell

Salford Red Devils and Salford Red Devils Foundation are delighted to announce we will be hosting ‘Salford Health Day’, in partnership with AJ Bell.
This event will be part of the community’s World Health Day celebrations, and take place at our upcoming home fixture against Hull FC on Sunday 7th April.
Salford Health Day, in partnership with AJ Bell, will be brought to you by Salford Red Devils and the Salford Red Devils Foundation in conjunction with:
Salford Clinical Commissioning Group, Salford Council, Salford Royal Foundation Trust, Oasis-GB, Salford Metropolitan Athletic Club, Northern Care Alliance NHS Group, ABL Health, Salford University, Salford Community and Voluntary Services and AJ Bell.
As part of Salford Health Day, the aforementioned stakeholders have come together to help host health-related activities at the fixture against Hull FC.
Activities will include free health checks on the health bus, a health walk, instructor led bike ride, walking football and a 100-metre challenge where finalists will compete at half-time. Also, during the half-time break, there will a mass participation of tai chi which will be led from the field for supporters in attendance.
Salford City Mayor, Paul Dennett, said: “This is a fantastic idea and I’d encourage people going to the match to take part in the free health checks and activities on offer. There are many activities that take place in the city each week that you can find more about. It promises to be a great family day out for all.”
Tickets for our game against Hull FC on Sunday 7th April are now available to purchase from the The Salford Stadium Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or online HERE.

Sponsor | Logan Tomkins goes on ABL health walk

Last week Salford Red Devils hooker Logan Tomkins took part in a health walk at Chorlton Water Park organised by his player sponsor for 2018 – ABL Health.
The walk was for ABL Health clients on their free weight management programmes in Manchester.
Tomkins, sponsored by ABL Health, said: “The walk organised by ABL was for their clients and I’ve come down to show some support and represent Salford Red Devils.
“It was my first time visiting Chorlton Water Park – it’s a nice part of the world. I’ll visit again.
“It was really enjoyable, it doesn’t feel like exercise when it’s somewhere this nice and my dogs enjoyed it too!”
ABL Health said: “It was great to have Logan and his dogs join us and meet some of the people we’ve supported in leading healthier, happier lives.
“It was a lovely morning, and everyone had a good time enjoying being outdoors and getting some exercise.”
ABL Health run a variety of health programmes across Manchester and the North West and are always looking to welcome newcomers.
To find out more about the work ABL Health do, click here.
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Tickets for our next home game against Toronto Wolfpack on Saturday 8th September are available to purchase at the Club Ticket Office, over the phone on 0161 786 1570 or SAVE MONEY by buying online, just CLICK HERE.

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