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14 May 2019 by Becca Mihill

London Sport team shares their experience of mental health and physical activity

This week (13-20 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week and we took the opportunity to chat with the London Sport Team on what mental health means to them, and how physical activity can play a role in supporting this. Take a look at whats some of them said below: Katie Light, House of Sport Intern

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10 May 2019 by Becca Mihill

Lessons from a day at Elevate 2019

The UK’s largest physical activity trade show, Elevate saw thousands of industry leaders engage in discussions on how to shake up the sport and physical activity sector and get more people active. This year’s event took place at the Excel London on 8-9 May and saw over 300 speakers feature on the agenda as well

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2 May 2019 by Andrew Lawton

Nike commits to multiple youth sport partnerships in London

London Sport has welcomed Nike’s commitment to getting more young Londoners doing physical activity as the company announces a series of major partnerships across the capital. Nike have signed a new multi-year partnerships alongside the London Youth Games(LYG), Virgin Sport in Hackney and Track Mafia. Further commitments have been created with youth football charity, Football Beyond Borders, Gloves not Gunz, a

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1 May 2019 by Matt Roebuck

​Youth offending: Investigating how sport and physical activity can be part of the answer

When it comes to youth crime and anti-social behaviour sport is part of the answer, an audience from across London was told last week (Thursday 25 April) at House of Sport. “We should have a seat at the table, but if we want that seat we can’t just be bouncing a ball in the next

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30 April 2019 by Chris Scott

Government and Sport England renew call for data and digital innovation to revolutionise physical activity and sport

The Minister for Sport and Civil Society, Mims Davies MP, and Sport England Chief Executive, Tim Hollingsworth, this morning renewed calls to drive a digital revolution across the physical activity and sport sector. Backed up by a new public survey, which shows that twice as many people in the UK find it easy to order

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