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Source: ncsem-em.org 23/08/2022

https://www.ncsem-em.org.uk/2022/08/23/could-a-new-fitness-app-help-people-with-disabilities-be-more-physically-active/

Researchers from Loughborough University are working with the founders of a new fitness app, created specifically for people with impairments, to test its usability and effectiveness. The Accessercise app was created by Loughborough-based Para-powerlifter, Ali Jawad, multiple world champion sailor, Sam Brearey, and Financial Times top ranked lega

Source: UK Active 06/07/2022

http://https://www.ukactive.com/news/fitness-and-leisure-operators-offered-free-digital-score-tool-in-ukactives-digital-futures-consultation-2022/

Fitness and leisure operators have been offered a free digital benchmarking tool and bespoke support, as ukactive launches this year’s Digital Futures consultation to drive sector progress.

The second consultation period began on the 6th July following the inaugural Digital Futures consultation in 2021, which gave the fitn

Source: Premier League Primary Stars. 20/06/2022

http://https://plprimarystars.com/news/five-year-anniversary

The Premier League is celebrating five years of its schools’ programme, Premier League Primary Stars.

Launched in 2017 and available to every primary school in England and Wales, Premier League Primary Stars uses the appeal of the Premier League and professional football clubs to support pupils in the classroom, the playground and on the sports field.

Premier League Primary Stars’ range

Source: This Girl Can helping to make leisure sector spaces safer and more inclusive for women | Sport England  30th June 2022

http://https://www.sportengland.org/news/this-girl-can-helping-make-leisure-sector-spaces-safer-and-more-inclusive-women

 

Sport England is investing almost £500,000 of National Lottery funding into a consortium of sector partners who'll work with This Girl Can to develop resources and training that will help leisure and fitness facilities ensure their spaces are safe an