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We are a non-profit company that provides exercise activities for mental wellbeing. Based in South London, we focus on team sports to give structure and promote social interaction to our clients on their recovery journey. The uniqueness of our programme is that we offer team sports and nutritional advice along with qualifications for our clients on their recovery pathway, rehabilitating our client groups; mental health users, substance miss-users and ex-offenders, back into their communities.

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