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An aesthetics and wellness clinic has launched a new facial treatment dedicated to key workers on the frontlines of the pandemic. Developed at KLNIK, in ... More
There has been a "surge in appreciation" of exercise during lockdown, with people turning to physical activity to improve their mental health as well as ... More
Nuffield Health, the UK's largest healthcare charity, has joined the increasing number of wellness providers pivoting to digital with the launch of its own online ... More
Luxury spa collection website, The Luxury Spa Edit, has joined forces with spa hotels across the UK to express their gratitude for those putting their ... More
Leading organisations in the physical activity sector have urged chancellor Rishi Sunak to provide urgent financial support for the sector's 60,000 self-employed workers. The heads ... More
Oldham Athletic Football Club (OAFC) has announced plans to relocate to a new stadium as part of a new £20m regeneration project, which to be ... More
TVS Sport Surfaces
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Health and fitness group, LivingWell, has introduced a lower membership fee for key workers in the UK and called for the government to lower VAT ... More
Kent-based special needs charity, Signalong, has released its latest manual of signing. At the Leisure Centre provides signs, some of them based on British Sign ... More
Three top architects have revealed their proposals for the redevelopment of the seafront King Alfred site in Hove. Brighton & Hove City Council plans to ... More
The leisure industry has welcomed the Gambling Review Body's long-awaited report into the legislation of the gaming sector, led by chair Sir Alan Budd. The ... More
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Les Mills
Les Mills