I’m seeing some great offers and deals being made available during this difficult time and thought I’d share a few super useful ones.
National Trust Free Access to Gardens
Whilst the properties and their lovely tea rooms are unfortunately closed, the National Trust are keeping Gardens open and free for anyone to use.
Fresh air and exercise is important for general health and wellbeing. So pop along to a National Trust Garden near you and watch Spring come, obeying social distancing rules of course.
Check the National Trust web site for details – https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/
Learn a new skill
Boredom is something that we’ll all need to avoid over the next few weeks. So why not learn a new skill?
The Centre of Excellence is offering all of their online courses at just £29 if you enter UPSKILL at the checkout. They have a range of courses from holistic to business.
For more information visit: https://www.centreofexcellence.com/
A bit of exercise
Peloton, who have more than just the spin bike it seems, are offering three months FREE membership for all of their online fitness classes.
You can sign up for a 90 day free trial (click here) but you do have to put in credit card details although if you wish to skip this step and access the 90-Day Free Trial without sharing your payment information you may download and sign-up on the Peloton app through the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or Amazon Appstore.
The class range includes cycling, running, yoga, outdoor and strength.
For the Young
The Young Enterprise has a range of things on offer to keep the young engaged. The message on their web site says:
“Given the current Coronavirus situation and the extremely difficult situation for schools I wanted to get in touch and offer Young Enterprise’s support. As an educational charity that has been working with schools in the UK since 1962 to develop essential skills and attributes with young people we have resources and activities which may be appropriate for your students to access digitally if schools were to close and learning was required to be set remotely. All of the below are free to use and would be easily accessible for students in their own home.”
Click here to see what they have to offer.