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» 24.11.2014   |  Learn to Swin in 2015
Give a Christmas gift that will last a lifetime... Norwich Penguins teach the following classes:Beginner (aged 4 and over) Adults with babies and toddlersImprovers, Swimmers with disabilitiesAdultsGive your friend & family swimming lessons this Christmas - our gift pack contains "golden ticket" for lessons of your...
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» 19.11.2014   |  Young Norfolk Sports Academy Launched
The Young Norfolk Sports Academy (YNSA) is being launched today to bring together young talent from different sports and to offer coaching in the various aspects of life for an elite athlete. Fifteen young and aspiring athletes have been selected to be part of the programme which will develop their understanding of topics including nutrition,...
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Courses starting in January are now available for booking in a range of subjects, including exercise for over 50s, pre and post natal exercise and yoga. These courses are offered by Norfolk Adult Education Hatha yoga at AttleboroughThis course will help you improve strength and increase flexibility whilst learning how to use breathing to...
» 14.11.2014   |  Gala win for Norwich Swan in regional league Following their outstanding performance in round one of the National Arena League, Norwich Swan travelled to Peterborough determined to follow up their victory with a second win and consolidate their position in the top three teams of the East Midland Division 2. It soon became apparent that the host Club, City of Peterborough were going to be...
» 14.11.2014   |  Ladies Team Squash is back in Norfolk After weeks of eager anticipation the Norfolk & North Suffolk Ladies League kicked off in October with the completion of Week 1 fixtures, bringing Ladies Team squash back to Norfolk for the first time in many years. The first set of matches saw the UEA Students visit Beccles Ladies for a very convivial start to the season, whilst the Ladies from...
» 13.11.2014   |  Norfolk's 2014 Sports Awards Winners! The winners were announced at the Active Norfolk's 8th annual Norfolk Sports Awards, where the cream of sporting achievement and service in 2014 were honoured at The Forum in Norwich last night. Norfolk's own Commonwealth sporting stars were guests of honour at the awards ceremony to help celebrate the County's sporting achievements. Colin Oates,...
» 12.11.2014   |  Active Norfolk Response to UK Active's Report Published 12th November 2014 The results of today’s report produced by UKActive puts into perspective the size of the challenge local authorities face in addressing levels of physical inactivity. Nationally, Norfolk is not highlighted in the report as being a county with high levels of inactivity in comparison to the other 149 local authorities which were researched by...
» 11.11.2014   |  Active Outdoor Sport offers chance to try a triathlon Active Outdoor Sport over the next few months will be hosting their XC Dualthlon Series, an increasingly popular set of three sprint off road dualthlons held at Fritton Lake. These are perfect events for athletes looking to keep fit, or thrash out a course record. Last year they had up to 120 competitors in each race - lets see what this year...
» 11.11.2014   |  Roo-volutionising health and fitness for local kids and families KTroo Kids campaign wants to make 2015 the healthiest and happiest yet for Norfolk's local kids and families! This project will ROO-volutionise the way kids and families workout and hangout, providing dynamic and exciting fitness classes and parties on rebound boots!The KTroo Kids campaign calls for sponsors and pledges towards the purchase of...
» 10.11.2014   |  Volunteer Health Champions service launched in Norfolk Voluntary Norfolk has launched a free service for people who would benefit from having the support of a volunteer, who will help them to work towards improving their health. For example, volunteers can help with smoking cessation, increasing activity, making healthy food choices, reducing drinking or improving mobility.Volunteers are trained using...
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