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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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Active Communities Project

The project aims to increase opportunities for young people to take part in phsyical activity; and for adults to access healthy living opportunities. It is based in 3 areas of the Borough where barriers to participation in these activities exists.

Published by: Jenny Thompson 29.06.2008

 

South East Surrey Buggy Walks

Buggy walks address the needs of new mothers at risk from social isolation and postnatal depression, by providing an opportunity to be physically active with other new mothers in a positive and supportive environment. .

Published by: Gail Hughes 29.06.2008

 

CTC - East Hampshire Cycling for All

Set up by CTC, Forestry Commission and East Hampshire District Council, and backed by BIG Lottery's Wellbeing Fund this project brings cycling to the least active and the least likely to cycle including older people, the disabled and women.

Published by: Clive Andrews 26.06.2008

 

NRG Youth Dance and Health Project

NRG aimed to increase awareness and knowledge of the health benefits of dance for young people, whilst scientifically assessing the effects of participation on physiological and psychological health and wellbeing

Published by: Sophie Amstell 26.06.2008

 

Access to Exercise 2008

Access to Exercise 2008 is a 1 day event promoting sport and leisure opportunites for people with physical and emotional limitations in South/West Hampshire. NGBs, local clubs and organisations were presant to run activity and provide information on activities outside of the event.

Published by: Helen Beckley 26.06.2008

 

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