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Active Sussex targets highest inactive areas after national survey results

Active Sussex targets highest inactive areas after national survey results

Categories: Active Sussex News Insight National Governing Bodies

Almost one in four people in Sussex are physically inactive, a Sport England survey reveals. The Active Lives Adult Survey May 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 people doing at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity […]

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Sussex school’s national award winning journey

Sussex school’s national award winning journey

Categories: Active Sussex News Active Sussex Programmes Education Health & Wellbeing

Introducing Carden Nursery and Primary – the first Sussex school, and one of only 104 nationally, to receive the prestigious School Games Platinum Mark Award from national charity Youth Sport Trust. The School Games Mark Award is offered on four levels, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. It is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 […]

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American Football Club makes Sussex history

American Football Club makes Sussex history

Categories: Active Sussex News Active Sussex Programmes Club National Governing Bodies

Hellingly Hound Dogs Youth American Football Club has become the first American Football Club in Sussex to achieve Clubmark accreditation. Established in 2016, the now thriving club, was recognised by County Sports Partnership – Active Sussex, as continuously providing high quality opportunities to new and potential participants. Based at Horsebridge Recreational Ground near Hailsham, Hellingly Hound […]

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Parkinson’s UK wellbeing day aims to aid affected

Parkinson’s UK wellbeing day aims to aid affected

Categories: Active Sussex News Health & Wellbeing Uncategorized

Parkinson’s UK invites people in Brighton and Hove to join a wellbeing day to experience new activities and therapies to improve overall wellbeing. The free event, is for anyone in the area who is affected by Parkinson’s, or is interested in learning more about the condition. Local people can try therapies including reflexology and massage or join a […]

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