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Parents: get your offspring into a new sport

Register your child now for the 2019 Specsavers Surrey Youth Games


Whether you have a 6 year old daughter or a 16 year old son, if they want to try a new sport there's one for them at this year's Specsavers Surrey Youth Games. Local councils across Surrey are offering 4-8 weeks of free training after Easter, ready for the Games which take place June 15 & 16.


The Games are for true beginners so whether you've got a mini Andy Murray in your midst, or a budding Sophie Bray (who went from the Games to winning Olympic hockey gold), read more about this free event and how to register. For the first time this year we've even got an allcomers 2k run for teenagers.

Schools: whether or not you're part of PALSS, what will you be doing for Stand Up Surrey day on 26 April? Make sure you let us know.

FREE social walking group for those with mild/moderate dementia & their carers runs weekly from Weds 27/3 from the Shepherd & Flock, Farnham.

Surrey Heath's Sprint Triathlon is Sun 31 March 11-2 and they're after volunteers. Lunch & free family swim at Camberley Arena for all helpers.

Surrey resident? Give your views on the draft Health & Wellbeing strategy outlining the county's proposed priorities before 27 March.

We've got vacancies for an Events Officer, Finance Officer and a Digital Marketing Assistant to support our mission of helping Surrey residents move more.

As the number of PALSS pledged schools tops 100, Body Coach (and former Surrey school pupil) Joe Wicks congratulations them in a new video clip.

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