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Active Lancashire and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) have joined forces to lead a programme which will upskill gym and leisure centre employees, so they are qualified to conduct health screenings within workplace
Energise Me is encouraging everyone to be happy and healthy through its newly launched toolkits to help support different communities.
Canal and River Trust teamed up with Sport England and Active Cheshire to extend their Active Waterways project to Cheshire residents who who may have been inactive as a result of the coronavirus lockdown.
Young people aged 11 to 14 are being encouraged by the Herts Sport and Physical Activity Partnership (HSP) to spend their evenings exercising in the outdoors, as early intervention project ‘Sporting Chance’ takes to green spaces across the county.
Support an older relative or friend and move more together with Age UK’s free online seated exercise classes