Blackpool Football Club Community Trust Press Release
Blackpool Football Club and Community Trust to commemorate former players who fell during WWI
Selling Self-Care with Selfies
FyldeCoast residents are being encouraged to promote self-care by taking a selfie. From November 12 to 18 the national campaign Self Care Week will be encouraging people to do something to promote their own health and wellbeing. Self Care Week is an opportunity to promote self-care, which is one of the most effective tools in the promotion of prolonged good health and wellbeing. The week-long camp…
The Activity Trap: Benefits or Being Fit?
New research shows almost half of disabled people fear losing benefits if they take part in exercise Almost half of disabled people (47%) fear losing their benefits if they are seen to be physically active, according to new research published by Activity Alliance. The research is particularly important as disabled people count for one in five of Britain’s population, almost 14 million people. Ho…
More Positive Together film highlights impact of the project
A film around the More Positive Together project has been produced to help showcase the impact it has had on Lancashire residents.
Active Lancashire aims to kick-start the community
Two new trustees are hoping to get the county moving as they join Active Lancashire.
Preston Panthers Disability Sports Club Sessions
There are multiple sessions currently being offered at Preston Panthers Disability Sports Club. There is also a free taster session available. Saturday 5pm-6.30pm - Multi Sports - for people aged between 5-25 years old. Saturday 6.30pm-7.30pm - Swimming Venue: West View Leisure Centre For more information please contact: Marilyn Gregson on 01772 719025 or 07719 599537 …
New strategy to change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport
Activity Alliance today (6 September) releases a new three-year strategy – Achieving Inclusion Together. Determined to change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport, the charity looks to a future where disabled people are just as likely as non-disabled people to be active.