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Active Partnerships back NSPCC campaign as research shows over 30 per cent of parents don
The Chair of Active Essex, Azeem Akhtar, has been appointed to the Sport England board of directors and re-elected as Chair of Active Essex.
A Coaching guide to support the workforce involved in the #WeAreUndefeatable campaign
It’s now over a couple of years since the most recent strategies from the government and Sport England about how to get people more active. They signalled a sea-change in our focus and the way we work.
A coalition of Active Partnerships came together around London Sport’s Active London conference to demonstrate the ways that new ‘on-demand’ interventions could contribute to individuals’ physical activity needs.
Active Lincolnshire is working with Lincoln City Football Club to help ease congestion and get football fans more active on match days.