Room 218,
Dock, Pioneer Park,
75 Exploration Drive,
Leicester, LE4 5NU

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CLASH 2012 is a small charity whose members and trustees have different lifestyles, interests and experiences, some with various types of arthritis, but who all share a common goal to support local people with arthritis. Our aim is to improve the quality of life for those living with arthritis in Leicestershire by reducing pain and incresing mobility.

The charity is committed to improving MSK patients’ quality of life and developing innovative self-management strategies for pain relief. The objectives are to sustain current service provision, integrate sport as a strategy to promote good health, and to use technology as a tool to manage health more effectively.

Burden - Childhood Arthritis Awareness film

July Newsletter

Hello Summer… Congratulations! CONGRATULATIONS and a massive WELL DONE to all those that completed the Snowdon trek for the first 7events, event. An amazing job done by all! Membership 2017/18 Thank you to all those who have renewed their membership for this current year. A reminder to those members who have not yet renewed, that payment must be received by the end of July to continue to benefit from CLASH 2012 activities and to also ensure that you receive the Arthritis Digest newsletter for this year. Any payment received after 31st July will mean that you cannot be included on the subscription for Arthritis Digest, as they will only accept an annual update of names. Just in case you have lost your original reminder letter, here it is again, please submit ASAP with your £12 membership. Wellbeing Wednesdays CLASH2012 are putting together a well-being Wednesday session that we are looking to get started in July the sessions will consist of gentle exercise diet information and mindfulness. If any of you are interested in joining in with well-being session Wednesdays please contact the office on 0333 344 4611 Families Trip  This year we are looking to move away from attending LEGOLAND in August and are looking to arrange something more local instead. The options being considered are a picnic/BBQ at Beacon Hill, Go Ape activity or Visiting the Heights of Abraham in Derbyshire. This new approach will allow children to spend more time with each other and families can get to know one another better to help and support each other whilst also having a bit of fun. Details will be confirmed and... read more







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