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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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Activmobs

Activmobs are small groups of people getting together to do activities of their choice like dog walking, gardening or front room yoga. Activmobs can get support from a personal trainer who helps make the activity fun and effective exercise until the "mobbers" are confident to do it on their own.

Published by: Mark Lemon 26.06.2008

 

Everyday Activity Project

A project which aims to get the adults of Milton Keynes more active. Community and Park based activities are set up in order to achieve this. Those that are currently sedentary, those with a BMI over 30 and those living in one of the top 20 most deprived wards in Milton Keynes are targetted.

Published by: Kirsty Heath 26.06.2008

 

Active Travel Milton Keynes

Supporting and enabling residents of Eaton Manor (and neighbouring wards) in Milton Keynes to enjoy increased participation in physical activity and sport. The project provides innovative and attractive opportunities for outdoor pursuits in which exercise plays an intrinsic part.

Published by: Simon Pratt 26.06.2008

 

'GO Active' (Get Oxfordshire Active)

'GO Active' is a 3 year partnership project between members of the County Sport Partnership in Oxfordshire. The GO Active project will work across Oxfordshire increasing participation in sport and active recreation through an improved range of opportunities, signposting and information services.

Published by: Kate King 26.06.2008

 

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