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The seven-year countdown to the London 2012 Olympic Games was kicked off on 27 July with a number of events, including the official launch of ... More
The public will soon be able to vote on where £65.5m of National Lottery good cause money goes through People’s Millions – an initiative launched ... More
A health club in Hampshire is working with local secondary schools to target inactivity in teenage girls. The Energy Fitness Centre, managed by Energy Fitness ... More
A national survey has revealed that participation and appreciation of the arts are more popular than sport and are widely indulged across the social spectrum. ... More
A government spending watchdog has said that UK Sport will face a series of tough decisions on funding for athletes before the 2008 Olympics in ... More
National Lottery funding over the past seven years means that sport in the UK is now at an unprecedented level, according to UK Sport. Since ... More
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Les Mills
A report from internet researcher Nielsen/NetRatings has revealed that almost 4.3 million people in the UK visited a gambling website during September 2004. As 23.3 ... More
A survey into the National Lottery has said that its operator, Camelot, needs to continue highlighting the good causes it supports if it is to ... More
Sporting events bring economic rewards for local communities Research published today by UK Sport has shown that cities playing host to major sporting events can ... More
Hundreds of National Lottery-funded projects around the UK will be offering the public free entrance to celebrate the National Lottery’s tenth anniversary. A number of ... More
Britain will host two major sporting events over the next year, as both the Partially Sighted Football World Championships and the Rowing World Cup will ... More
£36m of funding has been secured to transform Rotherham’s sporting and leisure facilities. The sum includes a £20m government cash injection, a £3.8m grant from ... More
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Fitness On Demand
The operator of the National Lottery, Camelot, is beginning its search for a new chairman following the departure of Michael Grade to the BBC. Grade, ... More
The Sports Council for Wales has announced that its National Lottery funded schemes are to be cut back following a decline in income. Although the ... More
The Millennium Commission, which distributes funds from the National Lottery, is to have an exhibition at the Tate Modern dedicated to its work. The exhibition, ... More
The government has published its Horserace Betting and Olympic Lottery Bill. Part one of the bill enables the government to sell the Horserace Totalisator Board ... More
At a ceremony on 18 November in the Great Court of London’s British Museum, Tessa Jowell – Minister for Culture, Media and Sport – and ... More
National lottery operator, Camelot, is to launch a daily draw in an attempt to boost sales. The Daily Play game – which will cost £1 ... More
Timothy Hornsby, currently a Commissioner for the National Lottery Charities Board and a Trustee of the Charles Darwin Trust, has been named chair designate of ... More
Changes to the way the National Lottery is run will result in the public having more of a say in where the money goes. Culture ... More
In its 2002/03 annual report published on 10 July, British Waterways’ (BW) new chief executive, Robin Evans, has outlined the organisation’s vision for the future ... More
Government culture secretary, Tessa Jowell, has confirmed a revised list of ministerial leisure and tourism responsibilities within the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. Richard ... More
It has been reported that the government’s plans to deregulate the gambling industry – announced last year to predictions of "a casino on every High ... More
National lottery operator, Camelot, has announced plans for five new games to help fund the 2012 Olympic Games if London wins the bid to host ... More
Liverpool's first purpose-built cultural project for over sixty years is opening tomorrow. FACT (Film, Art, Creative Technology) is part of the £110m redevelopment of the ... More
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