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Opportunities for young people to gain new skills and friends

The Specsavers Surrey Youth Games is unique, and takes place every year

Get involved with the Surrey School Games

Surrey is proud of its cycling links.

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Gain brand exposure via local events

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Resolve to get the year off to the right start

Step up to stay healthy in 2019

 

Organised sport can be a fantastic way to stay fit and meet with like-minded people. If you want to try something out, check out our new Activity Finder which lists sessions that are open to the public from leisure centres, local clubs and fitness coaches.

 

If you prefer to do something under your own steam for free, you can sign up to parkrun (you don't even need to run it), look into the options for on or offroad cycling or download the Active10 app to help ensure you are walking at a pace that will do you good when you're out for a stroll.

 

And if you think there's always next year to get fit, read this opinion piece from the Guardian.

 

We're recruiting for a P/T Business Support Officer. If you're organised and enthusiastic with strong office management and admin skills, join our squad.

Our PALSS campaign aims to get the school day a little more active. See schools who've already pledged and read more, including poster competition details.

Clubs / Coaches: with more awareness of the mental benefits of sport, check out our Mental Health First Aid for Youth workshop in Guildford in Feb.

If you help run a club or coach and want to attract new members who'll stay, learn some of the latest thinking on behaviour change in a new workshop.

Runnymede's brand new facility, the Egham Orbit opens on Tues 12 Feb. Keep up to date on centre news, which will include the town's first public pool.

Aged 40-60? Staying active is one way to improve your health. Take a 10 min quiz to discover other changes to help you stay healthier, for longer.

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