Monday 15th July, 2019
Government to launch new plan to help children get active
A new plan set to be launched by the government will see greater opportunities for children to get active through their school.
Thursday 4th July, 2019
Change4Life and Disney launch new 10 Minute Shake Up activities
Teachers can make a difference to pupils’ wellbeing by implementing fun physical activity across the school day Evidence from a recent Public Health England report, suggests that there is a strong association between being physically active and academic performance, learning and attention, within a school setting – the building blocks for a successful future. A recent Change4Life and Disney…
Wednesday 26th June, 2019
Impact of physical activity
This video exhibits the impact of physical activity on young people as we see a Satellite Club in action.…
Monday 24th June, 2019
Active Lancashire’s Challenge Through Sport Initiative host ‘Ole Skool Sports Day'
One of Active Lancashire’s flagship projects, The Challenge Through Sport Initiative (CSI), hosted a free event aimed at recognising and celebrating their team of volunteers.
Wednesday 19th June, 2019
Positive Together - The journey so far
The Positive Together project is no longer operating across Lancashire, but the following video highlights the impact that the project made and the way in which sport and physical activity helped improve lives.…
Thursday 13th June, 2019
Satellite Clubs - Fleetwood Parkour Sessions
This short video demonstrates how Tyler has benefited from volunteering and how he has made an impact on young people living in Fleetwood by delivering the unique Parkour sessions for the Satellite Clubs project.…
Monday 3rd June, 2019
UK Coaching pledges to help coaches grow their people skills
UK Coaching has today, Monday 3 June 2019, marked the start of the second ever Coaching Week by making a #GreatCoachingPledge to help coaches across the nation benefit their communities.
Wednesday 15th May, 2019
The Rossendale Works project expands
An innovative Rossendale employability project has been expanded thanks to a grant from the Department of Work and Pensions.
Monday 13th May, 2019
More Positive Together Mental Health Awareness
More Positive Together is a Lancashire-wide European Social funded project which helps 2,250 people to improve their skills and employment prospects. The project is a collaboration between housing associations, local authorities and third sector organisations, thus far the relationship is proving to be highly beneficial for Lancashire residents and communities. This video, made in partnership with…