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Beat the Street will transform Cambuslang and Rutherglen into a giant game from 15th September to 27th October!

    A popular physical activity game already embraced by many areas across Scotland is heading for Cambuslang and Rutherglen. So far more than 1.4million people and 4000 schools have taken part in games across the UK and beyond including one in the towns of Hamilton and Blantyre earlier this year where more than 8400 … Continue reading Beat the Street will transform Cambuslang and Rutherglen into a giant game from 15th September to 27th October!

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Beat the Street Renfrewshire takes place from 15th September to 27th October

A popular physical activity game that has taken Scotland by storm will be taking place across Renfrewshire this autumn in the areas of Bridge of Weir, Elderslie, Houston, Howwood, Kilbarchan, Linwood, Johnstone and Lochwinnoch. The game takes place from Wednesday 15 September to Wednesday 27 October and as well as being in with a chance … Continue reading Beat the Street Renfrewshire takes place from 15th September to 27th October

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The Beat the Street physical activity game is coming to Burnley from 15th September to 27th October

          The Beat the Street game is set to launch in Burnley! The game takes place from 15th September to 27th October and is open to anyone of any age who would like to take part.  Children use a fob which will be provided by participating primary schools, and adults can pick … Continue reading The Beat the Street physical activity game is coming to Burnley from 15th September to 27th October

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Beat the Street Swindon returns for a third time this autumn !

  The walking and cycling initiative that has twice turned Swindon into a real-life interactive game is returning from Wednesday, 15th September to Wednesday, 27th October. Swindon residents are well-versed in the Beat the Street game; in 2018, more than 32,000 local residents walked, cycled and rolled 313,000 miles and again in 2019, 25,978 participants … Continue reading Beat the Street Swindon returns for a third time this autumn !

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Blog post from Beat the Street Wokingham’s engagement coordinator Alison

  Alison Flawith is the Engagement Coordinator for Beat the Street Wokingham, the physical activity game that has been the talk of Wokingham town centre, Finchampstead and Woosehill for the past six week. As the game comes to an end, here’s her blog on the initiative and why she has a strong personal interest. While … Continue reading Blog post from Beat the Street Wokingham’s engagement coordinator Alison

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