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On 13 December 2006 the Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI) will be holding the first ever national conference focusing specifically on the inclusion of disabled people in the fitness industry.

Fit For Inclusion? will bring together a range of high profile keynote and breakout speakers including, Dr Alison Giles, physical activity policy manager for the Department of Health; Robin Gargrave, director of YMCAfit; Professor James Rimmer of the National Centre on Physical Activity, University of Illinois; and acclaimed mountaineer and double lower limb amputee, Norman Croucher OBE.

The cost of the event is £120.00 per delegate.

Registration forms can either be downloaded from www.inclusivefitness.org or can be posted by calling the Inclusive Fitness Initiative office on +44 (0)114 2572060, email: rebecca@inclusivefitness.org

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On 13 December 2006 the Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI) will be holding the first ever national conference focusing specifically on the inclusion of disabled people in the fitness industry.
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