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Active Celebration - using the London 2012 Games to Get the Nation Moving

Active Celebration - using the London 2012 Games to Get the Nation Moving

Active Celebration is a groundbreaking, evidence-based set of case studies and strategies providing the blueprint for levering a physical activity and health legacy from the London 2012 Games. See also Active Celebration 'Demonstration Effect Initiatives' and 'Festival Effect Initiatives'

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Wellbee-ing Project

The Wellbee-ing project is based at the Leatherhead Clubhouse, funded by the Big Lottery Wellbeing fund. The project aims to improve people's sense of wellbeing both physically & mentally by running sessions and groups along with supporting people to access resources in the community.

Published by: Beccy Ashford 15.08.2008

 

Detached Play Workers

To provide play activities which aim to increase levels of participation in moderate intensity physical activity amongst hard to reach children and young people in three priority neighbourhoods within the Tunbridge Wells Borough.

Published by: Kay Carpenter 15.08.2008

 

'England on the MEND' in Surrey

Surrey PCT has become a partner in the 'England on the MEND' portfolio which will enable 25 MEND programmes to be delivered in Surrey over the next two years the first of which commenced in September 2007.

Published by: Julie Nelson 02.07.2008

 

Outdoor Health pilot

This pilot will signpost and support sedentary patients from their GPs to physical activity opportunities in the local natural environment. Staff will offer 1:1 motivation, detailed maps and signposting to local greenspace and services.

Published by: Nicola Coleridge 02.07.2008

 

moving Voices

moving Voices is a brand new volunteer for dance project for 16-25 year olds across nine regions in the south east of England. moving Voices aims to involve more young adults in dance and to train them to get people of all ages involved in dance.

Published by: Amanda Evans 29.06.2008

 

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