Tag Archives: Sport England

New CMO fitness guidelines scrap 10-minute exercise minimum

The CMO (Chief Medical Officer) has released new guidelines (on the 7th September) that has reduced the amount of physical exercises from a minimum of 10 minutes a day to doing whatever you can, when you can. Any form of …

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Proud to be sponsoring the Nottinghamshire Sport Awards 2017

The Nottingham Post Sports Awards 2017, taking place on Thursday 26th October, will celebrate and reward the outstanding achievements of Nottinghamshire’s exceptional sporting successes. Across professional and amateur sport in the area, disabled and non-disabled people will be recognised, demonstrating …

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Proludic Helping the Nation get Active

A guide to the new Sport England Towards an Active Nation strategy and funding. 4 areas that can be directly linked back to play and sport facilities: Tackling inactivity Priorities: the elderly, disabled people, women and girls, people from lower …

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This Girl Can campaign can help tackle activity levels

On Friday the 11th December it was announced by England’s chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies that obesity is the biggest threat to women’s health. She said this needs to become a national priority. The stats speak for themselves. In …

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Continued Professional Development with Proludic

Here at Proludic, we are pleased to be able to offer a range of play-related Continued Professional Development seminars across the UK, all of which are accredited by the CPD Certification Service. We can come directly to your office and offer …

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Your Community Can with This Girl Can and Proludic

Proludic are pleased to announce the launch of a new video in support of the This Girl Can initiative. The video shows how high quality outdoor gym facilities in parks which are freely accessible to local communities, can be used …

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