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Physical Postcards is a free, weekly programme of fun ways to keep active and moving at home and it's delivered through the post!

It's free to sign up and take part

Gentle, fun and good for your health

Go at your own pace.

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Get a card in the post each week.

Each card has a fun colourful design on the front and a set of movement ideas on the back.

All the exercises can be done seated or standing, you are free to go at your own pace.

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- Sign Up to our next Programme -

Sign up is now CLOSED for 2023

Thank you to everyone who supported and signed up to the project - we hope you enjoy keeping active and moving with your cards this Winter.

If you would like to stay up to date with new projects, cards and activities then please sign up to our mailing list. We'd love to stay in touch 🤍

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How did you hear about Physical Postcards?
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Thank you for showing me I CAN be physically active. It was a lovely surprise to receive them and try out something new.
Physical Postcards was launched back in 2020 by professional dance artists, Lois Taylor and Sam Lawrence....

Join the community!

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We've delivered cards to over 2300 participants and our Physical Postcard community continues to grow! 

A special message

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Every card comes with an uplifting message from it's creators, the lovely Lois & super Sam x

Partners & Supporters

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Working with organisations and health professionals we continue to make the cards easy to practical to use. 

These cards really helped to lift my spirits and helped me become more active again. It was interesting to see how many easy exercises there are for people like me.
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They shouted “you are not alone” and “someone is thinking about you” and “here’s a helping hand
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