Friendship. Socialization. Games.
Revive provides inspiring activities for young adult refugees, with the support of the Salix Homes, Salford and the Salford City Council.
The activities help them in reducing the risk of isolation and loneliness.
They have proved to be important ways of achieving community cohesion and social inclusion.
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have a happier and healthier day
Every Thursday afternoon, our Refugee Young Adult Social Group take to the beautiful game.
It is loved by many here. This is why many turn up for it, more than forty at times. View the football session photostream
“I always look forward to Thursday’s football and social,” one said.
The Salford Sports Villages has generously offered our Refugee Young Adult Social Group a free 2-hour per week Pass to use the Astroturf pitch.
Have you made a decision to switch to a healthier lifestyle?
The Salford Health Improvement Service offers a limited free Healthy Lifestyle Pass to members of our Refugee Young Adult Social Group.
The Pass is for 5 weeks (£10 a week) Gym sessions at the local leisure centre run by Salford Community Leisure.
A Gym Instructor?
Yes, one of the services users, Aladine, has been so good that he has been trained to become a local Gym Instructor.
Fresh food and vegetable are regularly offered by the Salford health Improvement Service to our Refugee Young Adult Social Group to encourage healthy lifestyle.
Every Thursday, the group members take part in cooking and eating healthy food together as a community.
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Cycling for Life
Research shows that regular cycling can help you loose weight, reduce stress and improve your fitness.
But for the asylum and refugee community, there is an added value of social inclusion, reducing the risk of loneliness.
Cycling is the third most popular recreational activity in the UK and our Refugee Young Adult Social Group are having it all. They enjoy the cycling sessions in the summer.
We are grateful to the Salford City Council for providing some bicycles to the group.