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Twelve months on from Beat the Street Blaby and 83% reported they had continued changes made during the game

  The Beat the Street game is coming to the whole of Leicester in May, and previous games in parts of the city suggest that it will have a significant impact on improving levels of physical activity among the population. The programme turns a town or city into a real-life game by placing special sensors … Continue reading Twelve months on from Beat the Street Blaby and 83% reported they had continued changes made during the game

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We’re recruiting for a new eco travel officer for Wokingham

My Journey is a behaviour change campaign aimed at promoting active and sustainable travel across Wokingham Borough. The main objectives of My Journey focus on addressing the issues of climate change, congestion and air quality which result from single occupancy car travel, as well as promoting the associated benefits of active travel on health and … Continue reading We’re recruiting for a new eco travel officer for Wokingham

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More than 5,000 people have signed up to play Beat the Street Rotherham as the game begins today!

Fittingly, as today is Thunderbirds’ creator Gerry Anderson Day, Beat the Street Rotherham is go! More than 5,000 people have signed up on or before launch day and have currently walked, cycled, rolled, scooted, wheeled and run 1,750 miles. Beat the Street is being delivered by Intelligent Health and is funded by the National Lottery on behalf … Continue reading More than 5,000 people have signed up to play Beat the Street Rotherham as the game begins today!

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Roddy plays Beat the Street for the Butchery Kitchen’s Feed a Family for a fiver campaign

Former professional footballer Roddy McKenzie swapped the 18-yard box for Beat Boxes on Good Friday with a fundraising cycle ride around all 65 sensors in the Beat the Street Hamilton and Blantyre game. His chosen route ended up being 44 miles and took him just over six hours. The former goalie turned personal trainer found … Continue reading Roddy plays Beat the Street for the Butchery Kitchen’s Feed a Family for a fiver campaign

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