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Significant increase in physically inactive people in Sussex

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There has been a significant increase in the proportion of physically inactive adults in Sussex, a Sport England survey reveals. The latest release of the Active Lives Adult Survey (November 2017/18), carried out nationally, asked adults, aged 16 and above, how much physical activity they have taken part in. The Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines count […]

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Sport England announce major investment to increase activity

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Ten national governing bodies (NGBs) have been given more support from Sport England to help people keep or develop their sporting habit. More than £16 million will be spent on the 10 sports over the next two years to help work Towards an Active Nation. The 10 NGBs will use their awards across everything from tackling […]

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Behaviour change expert announced for Active Sussex Network

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Professor Jim McKenna, Professor of Physical Activity and Health at Leeds Beckett University, has over 30 years of experience in Higher Education in roles focused on sports delivery, coach education, academic teaching and research leadership. Jim’s key interest lies in behaviour change – particularly physical activity-related or sport-related, although some recent work has focused on education-related […]

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Save the Date: Active Sussex Network 2019

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We have a new date for your diary! We are happy to announce our Active Sussex Network 2019 event will take place on Thursday 28th February 2019, at Buxted Park Hotel.  About The Active Sussex Network 2019 will bring together partners from local authorities, leisure trusts, national governing bodies of sport, health agencies, education and community organisations […]

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