Hundreds of Children Help Medway Travel The World!

Hundreds of pupils at The Academy of Woodlands took part in a sports day to relaunch the second phase of the vibrant Medway Can health campaign.

Children, teachers and even Medway Council Director of Public Health, James Williams, took part in a day full of activities.

The Medway Can campaign encourages people to be more active in their daily lives and the launch was a great way to introduce young people to new ways of moving more.

The fun-filled day included activities such as karate, Nordic walking and yoga.

Take a look at some of the pictures below, get inspired to move more and don’t forget to log your activities here at and help Medway travel around the world!


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