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Sultan showcase fitness and wellbeing opportunities

4 October 2017
Personnel at HMS Sultan got to explore the many different extra-curricular activities and personal support services that are on offer to them recently at the HMS Sultan NAVYfit, Clubs and Wellbeing Fayre.

Rowing, Archery and Spinning were just some of the physical activities that were on offer alongside a number of stalls from clubs, forces services and charities.

In addition, there were stalls promoting a healthy lifestyle with the trainees even able to enjoy some freshly cooked food.

There’s always a lot of focus on getting work done, but if you can also interest people in getting out participating in sport and the physical side of things, then they tend to be a happier person

Lieutenant Stu Moss

Lieutenant Stu Moss who was at the event to promote the Sub7 Indoor Rowing Club said: “I think it’s good to hold these events as there are so many sports out there within the Navy.”

“There’s always a lot of focus on getting work done, but if you can also interest people in getting out participating in sport and the physical side of things, then they tend to be a happier person.”

“We’ve deliberately come down today out of rig so that we can take rank out of the room and the response we’ve had has been really positive.”

There are many clubs, societies and activities covering a wide range of interests currently held within HMS Sultan and most are also open to civilian personnel.

For further information on Sports and Clubs within HMS Sultan please contact the SARC Ext, 2325.

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