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Plans have been unveiled for an ice skating destination in east London.
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Sport England has published new planning guidance, which aims to make it simpler and easier for local authorities and planning bodies to develop community sports facilities.
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A new national campaign looks to dispel negative perceptions about disability, inclusion and sport.
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Solent University has officially opened its new £28m sports and fitness centre.
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The mayor of London has appointed digital expert Jillian Moore as chair of London Sport.
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UK children will be offered a greater opportunity to take part in 60 minutes of daily sport and physical activity under new government plans.
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Regular exercise, a balanced diet, quitting smoking and cutting down on alcohol are the best ways to prevent dementia – even if the illness runs in the family.
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People see swimming as lacking relevance to their lives, and lacking visibility in comparison to other sports. These are barriers that the sport is working to overcome, according to Swim England CEO Jane Nickerson.
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With the plaudits rolling in for the quality of football at the FIFA Women's World Cup, European governing body UEFA has announced increased funding for national associations within Europe, through its UEFA Women's Football Development Programme (WFDP).
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Sport England and British Cycling are partnering on a new "This Girl Can" campaign designed to highlight British Cycling's recreational, women-only bike riding programme, which offers hundreds of free bike rides across the UK. Using a series of targeted social media films and image adverts, the six-week campaign will mirror previous bold and eye-catching This Girl Can campaigns, showing how women, regardless of age, background, fitness or experience, can take up cycling and overcome those barriers in a judgement-free environment.

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