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Sport England has begun a search for "innovative solutions" which could reduce inequalities in society – and help those most affected to get physically active. ... More
England's physical activity levels were on the rise in the run-up to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, according to the latest Active Lives Adult Survey. Published ... More
Comedian Rosie Jones found that just one of the three gyms she tried to train at, for a Channel 4 consumer rights programme, offered adequate ... More
Boutique AA 4-star destination Lincombe Hall Hotel, Torquay, has expanded its leisure provision by unveiling a £2m designated luxury spa. Interior designers Ashton House Design ... More
A number of UK leisure companies and operators have launched initiatives to help ease the pressures on local communities and the National Health Service (NHS), ... More
Four in five (81 per cent) disabled people want to be more physically active – but are unable to, as the demand for their needs ... More
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A three-year research project will look to provide the physical activity industry with a better understanding of the needs of families with disabled children. The ... More
Dattner Architects have been chosen to transform the Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center North Campus in Brooklyn into an affordable housing complex with integrated leisure, wellness ... More
It has been another momentous year in the attractions industry, and Attractions Management has been there reporting the big news, good and bad, all the ... More
England Netball has published its new Disability Strategy, in which it outlines plans to increase participation numbers among deaf and disabled women and girls. The ... More
Disability sports charity Activity Alliance has called on political parties to commit to giving disabled people "equal opportunities to live full and active lives". Publishing ... More
Sport England has revealed details of a new £250,000 fund, aimed at helping disabled people to become more active. The "Parasport, powered by Toyota" programme ... More
EMD UK
EMD UK
First, the good news. Women now account for 40 per cent of board members across Sport England and UK Sport-funded sports bodies. Then the bad. ... More
Disability organisation Purple has claimed that health club operators and gyms are losing "millions of pounds of revenue" every year by "turning their backs on ... More
A study has claimed that "millions of disabled people" are not being catered for at UK gyms and health clubs. Issues highlighted in the latest ... More
The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) has said that "even a few minutes of exercise is good for you" – hoping that the simple message will ... More
Disabled people should be offered more opportunities to play sport alongside non-disabled people. That is the finding of a report based on a two-year research ... More
A new national campaign looks to dispel negative perceptions about disability, inclusion and sport. Charity Activity Alliance (formerly the English Federation of Disability Sport) has ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
Inspiring accessibility in the most challenging of locations is the main goal for Wheel the World's Alvaro Silberstein. It's a challenge that faces many obstacles, ... More
Goodison Park Stadium, the current home to Everton FC, has undergone major redevelopment work in order to improve disabled access and to become compliant with ... More
A record 62.6 per cent of the adult population are now classed as physically active, according to the latest figures from Sport England's Active Lives ... More
Compliance with DDA (Disability Discrimination Act 2005) regulations does not always make a sports facility fully accessible, according to Kevin Wright, manager of Edinburgh Napier ... More
The sport and physical activity sector needs to step up its game if it wants to help increase the number of disabled people taking part ... More
A new directive in Singapore, set to launch in June, will allow elderly and disabled people who cannot physically get to museums to see exhibitions ... More
Double Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock has launched a new online hub, designed to empower disabled people to become more physically active. Called Parasport powered ... More
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