Word has it that very few New Year Resolutions were made for January and we can all understand why. With so many uncertainties out there, we just take pleasure in getting successfully through the days. However, as a body, Active Age for All are progressing with plans to try to improve the digital and technology skills of our members. After a survey carried out in January, we are looking at ways to offer Covid-friendly training. As we cannot meet until we are in Level 2, you can appreciate why we need to make this happen. More of our classes will be offered in this format too.The resolution that usually is made, but forgotten early, is improving our fitness. Newbridge has had to close their gates on occasion because of numbers. We have just the solution for a wet day. Just go to our website - activeageforall.com - and follow the link to our own classes in Sit & Get Fit and/or Yoga. There are nine classes of each, and Magda is just so encouraging. You will not need any special equipment, but you will be very happy you decided to follow these classes. They last for about 45 minutes each. Peninsula Pacers: Congratulations to the Peninsula Pacers. This new independent group started out within AAfA. There is no stopping them - they cannot meet now, but they are out there, one-by-one, stepping out possible routes of all distances and degrees of difficulty for their future walks. Membership news: The good news for all members is that your membership is being pushed out until the end of May. It is obvious that we cannot renew at this time and, as we learned at our AGM last month, we are in the fortunate position to be able to cover our insurance costs (due in April) from existing funds. Hold on to your membership card from 2020 and as shops and services re-open, you should be able to use it again. We have notified all who offer discounts to members that the 2020 card is running until the end of May.