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The Yorkshire and Humberside Sport, Physical Activity and Mental Health network aim to establish a network of volunteers across the region to work with their local sports club / group to support both its members and new people to improve their mental health through sport and physical activity.
A group of industry experts in the local authority public sports and leisure sector has called on the COP26 UK delegation to recognise the importance of the sector in helping the UK reach its ambitious climate change targets
The young Peoples project successfully used physical activity to engage and connected with young people who were homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Colleagues across Active Partnerships partnered with Local Trust over the last 12 months. To facilitate a series of workshops for Big Locals around the benefits of community sport and activity. To help communities use sport and activity to respond to what matters most to them
Partners including East Suffolk Council, the Most Active County Partnership and Visit Felixstowe teamed up to offer a number of exciting opportunities for local people, and visitors to be active and celebrate the end of the Women's Tour earlier this month.
Badr Alanizay, a refugee from Bidoon in Kuwait, completed the Virgin Money London Marathon earlier this month thanks to the support of Active Lancashire and the Young People Forward project.