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More people to get active thanks to increased National Lottery Funding for Beat the Street

          Middlesbrough, Northampton and a range of other areas will host the popular Beat the Street game thanks to an additional £696k funding from the National Lottery via Sport England. The extension will support a further 100,000 people through the  physical activity programme that creates a buzz around getting outdoors and keeping active. The … Continue reading More people to get active thanks to increased National Lottery Funding for Beat the Street

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Beat the Street is returning to Wolverhampton for the summer holidays!

      The walking, running, rolling, wheeling, cycling and scooting challenge will take place across the city from Tuesday 20 July to Tuesday 17 August, encouraging friends and families to get active together. The game forms a key part of the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Yo! Summer Festival, which will offer hundreds of events … Continue reading Beat the Street is returning to Wolverhampton for the summer holidays!

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Dr William Bird’s blog explaining the principles of “Proportionate Universalism”

  The Beat the Street game has been played by more than 1.2m people since I created it in 2012 and key to its popularity and success with funders is that it actively addresses health inequalities at scale. In England the programme has been supported by £3.3m of National Lottery funding from Sport England, and … Continue reading Dr William Bird’s blog explaining the principles of “Proportionate Universalism”

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