New competition from Oxygen Freejumping for Mumsnetters – win an #Aircation!

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Hopefully, by now you are all familiar with Oxygen Freejumping, London’s first trampoline park in West Action. We have heard many good things about these folk and paid them a brief visit ourselves few weeks ago – impressive stuff!

I have booked them for a birthday party for my 7 year old so watch this space.

In the meantime, we have a new competition for you! Over to the Oxygen Freejumping team:

Our August competition is the perfect day for 4 of your friends and family, just keep your pets off the trampolines! Enter here for the chance to win £100 worth of freejumping, coffee, cakes and fun. Just for entering, we’ll give you a 20% discount code off your jump, accessible after the form is completed!

HAPPY JUMPING!

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Another amazing competition – win FOUR hospitality tickets to 2015 SSE Women’s FA Cup Final at Wembley on 1 August!

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Thanks to SSE, Mumsnet Ealing has one set of FOUR HOSPITALITY tickets to give away for the 2015 SSE Women’s FA Cup Final at Wembley on 1 August offering fans the chance to see some of England’s Lionesses in action for their clubs in the historic final.

To enter, LIKE Mumsnet Ealing Facebook page, and COMMENT on our competition post who your favourite England Lioness is, by midnight on Thursday 23rd July.

The winner will be notified on Friday 24th July and will be asked to provide their postal address by 27th July so that SSE can post their tickets.

The tickets offered will enable you to enter the club lounge before the game, where there will be ambassadors present to meet the fans. Seats are in the stands. The lounge is open again following the match for an hour. Please note that no transport is included, tickets are for the event only.

GOOD LUCK!!!

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 SSE’s sponsorship of the Women’s FA Cup represents a landmark deal for the women’s game and will see investment at all levels, from grassroots to elite through the creation of a country-wide programme of girls-only football activity. It’s not just the players that benefit. Existing SSE customers can also login to SSE Reward to claim half-price Cup Final tickets and the chance to win an exclusive opportunity for their child to be a Player Escort. Join SSE Reward at www.ssereward.com for exclusive ticket sales for music, sports and entertainment events, plus opportunities to win money can’t buy experiences.

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Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group encourages patients to make a difference

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Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group is calling on local people to become actively involved by joining the Patient Participation Group (PPG) attached to their GP surgery.

If they are members already they may wish to represent their local PPGs at their Network PPG. Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group in partnership with Healthwatch Ealing have set up seven Network PPGs across the borough, to bring together representatives from the practice based PPGs. Through the PPGs, patients and carers can highlight issues affecting the local population, influence their GP and local health care providers and help deliver improved health outcomes.
Zereen Rahman-Jennings, Patient & Public Engagement and Equalities Manager at Ealing CCG, says:

 We strongly encourage people from all ages and backgrounds to get involved in their practice PPGs and find out what it’s all about. It’ll be a chance to meet other patients and carers, learn about local health initiatives, hear about examples of achievements and an opportunity to make a difference in partnership with the practice team.

Suzanne Lyn-Cook, Director of Ealing Health Watch, says:

PPGs have an important part to play in working with practices to make real changes. As patients, we tend to talk a lot about things but rarely get involved in problem solving. PPGs can be the platform for raising awareness of patient issues, as well as giving patients an opportunity to find out what’s going on in the practice and the wider NHS.

Keith Marshall, Chair of a local Network PPG Group in the North of Ealing says:

 Genuine patient involvement is critical to the development of both GP practices and NHS commissioning. Networking PPGs together in an area provides a tremendous opportunity for collaboration and shared learning between both the PPGs and between the GP Practices themselves. The larger organisations will also allow us to undertake projects which might be too big for a single PPG as well as providing enhanced opportunities to work with and influence local healthcare commissioners and Healthwatch.

PPGs are essentially groups of patients who have come together to work collaboratively with GP surgery staff, their CCG and other local healthcare providers to highlight, great practice which might be shared and opportunities for improvement, which they can support.

The aim of PPGs is to ensure that the voice of patients is heard and their views used to help shape and deliver high-quality primary care services.
For more information and process for joining, please approach your GP to find out about their PPG and the Network PPG they belong to.

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Oxygen’s #JumpFest – a chance for local schools and sports clubs to take to the air!

LOCAL SCHOOLS AND SPORTS CLUBS TAKE TO THE AIR WITH TWO #JUMPFEST EVENTS THIS MONTH!

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Local schools and sports club are being offered the chance to have a sneak preview of Acton’s new Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park before it opens to the general public on July 20, with the announcement of two special #JumpFest events.

The free events – taking place on July 13 and July 14 – will give hundreds of local children the chance to take to the air at the park, which is the first of its kind in London.

Along with hour-long freejumping sessions with access to “walk the wall trampolines”, tumble tracks, air bags, obstacle course, Parkour and a trampoline academy, when the park opens it will also offer fitness classes, birthday parties, dedicated sessions for family bounce, teen takeover nights and holiday camps.

The Sports’ #JumpFest will take place between 5 – 9pm on Monday July 13, with the Schools’ #JumpFest running all day, from 10 – 3pm on Tuesday July 14, giving coaches and teachers the chance to book an end of year treat like no other.

During the jump festivals, Oxygen Freejumping coaches will also scouting for talented bouncers to become part of a trampolining academy which will be based at the park when it opens, enabling aspiring gymnasts to develop their skills and learn to jump properly with qualified gymnastics instructors.

With only a select number of spots available for both days, schools and clubs are advised to register their interest quickly.

David Stalker, CEO of Oxygen Freejumping, says:

“We’re on a mission to encourage the whole of London to take to the air this summer. With just a few weeks before our launch we’re excited to be offering young people in the local community the chance to come in and try the venue first. Bouncing is a fantastically fun and energetic movement ideal for getting kids active – we can’t wait to see the park in full swing!”

Schools and sports club in West Acton and the surrounding areas are being offered the chance to register for up to 30 places to trial the park. All places are available on a first come, first served basis and must be booked by a teacher or member of a sports club committee.

To register your interest and the number of places required for your school or club, please email jumpfest@promotepr.com.

Oxygen Freejumping launches to the public on Monday July 20 and will then be open every day from 8am-10pm Monday to Saturday and 8am – 9pm on Sundays.

Bookings can now be made on the website – www.oxygenfreejumping.co.uk which also has details of children’s parties, fitness classes, private bookings and the trampolining academy.

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In case you haven’t heard, Mumsnetters are offered an exclusive 20% discount PLUS the chance to win a FREE family freejumping session worth up to £100! Enter here

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COMPETITION: WIN a family ticket to see ‘The Railway Children’ at King’s Cross Theatre!

Did we not say you would be spoilt for choice this summer?!  Here is another fantastic competition to keep the family happy this summer holidays:

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Set in a brand new, purpose built 1,000 seat venue, this breath-taking show features a stage built around a real train track, and a beautiful 60 tonne vintage locomotive that steams into the theatre to delight all ages.

The Railway Children – Live on Stage tells the story of Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis, three children whose lives change dramatically when their father is mysteriously taken away. They move from London to a cottage in rural Yorkshire with their mother, where they befriend the local railway porter, Perks, and embark on a magical journey of discovery, friendship and adventure. But the mystery remains – where is Father, and is he ever coming back?

For your chance of winning a family ticket, all you have to do is answer a question on our website. Good luck!

COMPETITION: WIN a family ticket to see ‘Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games’ in the West End!

Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games has exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, dancing robots, world champion acrobats and the greatest team of Irish Dancers in the world, making it the perfect family entertainment.

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A new score composed by Gerard Fahy, new costumes and special effects lighting add a breath-taking new dimension to the original masterpiece.

Recommended for ages 8+
Venue: Dominion Theatre, London

For your chance of winning a family ticket, all you have to do is answer a question on our website! Good luck!

Apply for BSc Nutritional Therapy – Distance Learning course at University of West London

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Nutritional therapy is the application of nutrition science in the promotion of health, peak performance and individual care.

Nutritional therapy practitioners use a wide range of tools to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances and understand how these may contribute to an individual’s symptoms and health concerns. This approach allows them to work with individuals to address nutritional balance and help support the body towards maintaining health.

This course is designed to meet the particular needs of persons studying for a professional qualification in Nutritional Therapy and is attractive to both complete newcomers to healthcare and to individuals who have already trained in other healthcare areas. The course provides the opportunity for full academic progression from Level 4 to Level 5 with an exit point that will provide you with a non-clinical qualification; through to Level 6 that will provide you with a clinical qualification in Nutritional Therapy.

More information and details how to apply for September 2015