The Sports & Recreation Alliance have published a report on the effect of the cost of living on sports clubs' finance. Following the impact of COVID on reserves, it shows problems ranging from rising energy costs to facilities access.
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Too often, women feel they’re the wrong shape, size or ability level to join in with activity. This Girl Can wants to create an environment where everyone feels confident and comfortable in their own skin. So forget the lycra & just go with it.
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Researchers have found that just 11 mins of brisk walking or similar activity per day cuts your risk of premature death. And doing your weekly 150 mins is even better. Walk to the shops, cycle to work or just take the stairs.
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Young people aged 7-16 and their friends can now get a confidence boost by registering for the 2023 Specsaves Surrey Youth Games. FREE fun across eight activities, all with local training from friendly, supportive coaches.
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The Claygate Community Centre now has its own Fri Night Project (on a Weds!). Kids and their mates aged 11-16 don't need to book for the 6-7.30pm sessions. Just £2 for loads of activities which will change week by week.
Read more about Surrey's Night Projects
Like to see more women in sport, or simply help you develop your own female coaches further? Join us & other Active Partnerships for the Project 500, 'More Women, Better Coaching' webinar on Thu 23 March at 10am.
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Total population of Surrey (2021 census)
Surrey adults who do less than 30 mins of activity per week (Nov 20-21)
Different types of cancer linked to being overweight
Mins spent walking briskly per day to improve your energy, mood, health...
Being physically active helps pupils improve their concentration and gain better results.
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Whether you help run a club, want help with funding or learn more about events like the Specsavers Surrey Youth Games.
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The place for health professionals, or if you want to discover more about the programmes we're developing for Surrey residents.
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