Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson confirmed as ukactive Chair as she sets vision for an active Britain for all
28 April 2015
Crossbench Peer Tanni Grey-Thompson was today announced as the new independent Chair of not-for-profit health body ukactive.
Baroness Grey-Thompson will turn her seasoned campaigning voice to the crucial issue of turning the tide of physical inactivity over the coming years and ensure that the next government turns rhetoric into action on the inactivity crisis.
16 April 2015
ukactive is today launching a new strategy for children's physical activity, underpinned by a new 'ukactive kids' membership category and a policy report due to be launched in early June calling for a greater focus on children's activity levels by the next government.
08 April 2015
This prestigious award recognises an individual, of middle management level or lower, who has dedicated their life to getting more people, more active, more often. This is the perfect way to congratulate the unsung hero of the active leisure sector for their commitment and dedication. This year we received a staggering number of entrants for the award and our judges deem the following 12 nominees to uphold the values of the Spirit of Flame Award. Please select the name to view the credible stories of the nominees.
Voting will open on Monday.
27 March 2015
Leading employers from the physical activity sector have called for skills and workforce development to sit within a single organisation.
The Active Training Conference, held in Reading’s Crowne Plaza, saw ukactive, SkillsActive and CIMSPA, the sector’s key training and workforce development organisations, answer calls for a unified outlook on skills.
“Stop focusing on surgery and start prioritising physical activity,” says Health Select Committee report, echoing ukactive’s calls ahead of General Election.
25 March 2015
A Health Select Committee report released today calls for physical activity to be considered a priority in its own right, ahead of the separate issue of obesity. The report criticises the “unacceptable” NHS spending on bariatric surgery which far outweighs money spent on a national roll-out of physical activity and intensive lifestyle intervention programmes.
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