Staffordshire

Chase the Rainbow


If you've been wondering why there are rainbows popping up in windows around your local area, look no further.

People everywhere are creating rainbows for their windows to brighten the day of people walking by. With the 1 exercise a day rule in place by the Government, this is a fun way to make a walk more interesting. You can play spot the rainbow with your kids, or if you are walking solo, you can just spot and enjoy the art yourself.

First, get involved, paint your own rainbow, help your kids make rainbows and then put them somewhere anyone walking past can see. 

Second, enjoy the art as you take a stroll around your neighbourhood. Here are some of ours and some we have seen on our walks:Rainbow of Hearts.jpgRainbow in wooden window.jpgRainbow Shoe in Window.JPGrainbow Bird in Window.JPGAbove rainbow.jpgGlitter Rainbow.jpgRainbow Bike in Window.JPG

They don’t have to follow the colours of actual rainbows (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet). You can make your rainbow any colour you like.

Spread the joy and keep active.

Show us your work, add it to our Facebook, or # us in on Instagram, and don’t forget to #chasetherainbow.

Everyone Health has digital and telephone health trainers that can help you create and maintain health goals and best of all, the service is free! Get in contact today by calling: 0333 005 0095 or taking the online assessment.

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