The Active Suffolk team are celebrating International Social Prescribing Day today, to recognise the partnerships formed with local social prescribers and the greater impact this has had on residents across Suffolk
A massive thank you to all the volunteers that have kept activities going over the last 12 months. Your efforts mea… https://t.co/Ier6OH8KBiPOSTED ON 19 April
RT @Sport_England: Got an idea that would help tackle inequalities & help more people to be more active? @DesignCouncil would love to hear about it.POSTED ON 19 April
Check out the #ActiveRecovery hub. Lots of brilliant resources to help schools, local authorities and families to g… https://t.co/4yCcgcJeAOPOSTED ON 19 April
International Social Prescribing Day 2021 represents an important moment in our post-COVID recovery. It signals the widespread need to move away from relying on costly medical systems (that often aren’t always effective) in favour of ‘lifestyle medicine’.
Active Partnerships is supporting the ‘Adapt, Support, Respond’ initiative, in its role as a supporter organisation within the Sport for Development Coalition.
This International Women’s Day we #ChooseToChallenge the gender gap in physical activity
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The Two Rivers Medical Centre in Ipswich has received an award from the Royal College of GPs and