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Source Sport England 03/10/2022

https://www.sportengland.org/blogs/faith-centres-and-their-role-keeping-communities-active

 

October is Black History Month and this year’s theme ‘Time for Change: Actions Not Words’ presented an opportunity for Sport England to highlight some incredible work taking place in a culturally diverse part of the West Midlands.

A YMCA in Wolverhampton hosted the first Black Majority Church (BMC) in the West Midlands in 1953. Known as the Black Country, due to the rich c

Source: Sport England 21.04.22

https://www.sportengland.org/news/girl-can-partners-regatta-great-outdoors-and-strava

 

This Girl Can has announced partnerships with two well known brands as it continues its quest to inspire more women to get active on their own terms. The partnerships, which will launch in May, are the first in an innovative new working model for the award-winning campaign.

Celebrating and building women’s confidence to get active has been at the heart of This Girl Can since its

Source: Sport England 25.10.21

https://www.sportengland.org/news/we-are-undefeatable-partners-loose-women

 

The We Are Undefeatable campaign, aimed at helping those with long-term health conditions to get active, is back on our screens as part of a new partnership with Loose Women.

An advert featuring familiar faces from the campaign’s previous stories began a four-week run on television, on demand services and social media on Friday.

And the campaign, which is a collaboration between 16 leading

Source: Sport England 03.08.2021

https://www.sportengland.org/news/drive-get-kids-moving-summer

 

Sport England has produced a new video and selection of resources, as well as investing in projects, to support children getting active this summer. Have fun and move more is the message from the new video aimed at encouraging children and young people to get active this summer.

The video has been put together with the help of partners at Forestry England, National Trust, Beat the Streets, Playing O

Source: Sport England 11 June 21

https://www.sportengland.org/news/choose-you-during-this-girl-can-week

 

The first This Girl Can Week started on Saturday 12th June as Sport England’s campaign calls on women to choose themselves and take the time to get active.

After more than a year of disruption, the week is a response to Sport England’s own research that shows women have found it harder than men to maintain their activity habits curing the coronavirus pandemic. The figures come from wave 18 o