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  • 30 September 2015 00:00
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Make Your Move

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Funded by Sport England and Sporta, 'Make Your Move' aims to transform lives with 17 local projects benefiting from the funding. 

The projects offers opportunities for people to get moving, keeping active by convenient and achievable physical activity. From walking football targeting over-55s to a dance project for young men the activities are varied and inclusive. 

One of the projects already making a difference to Stephen Prescott in Luton is a local project called Walking Sport for Older Men.

"I played basketball for eight years, and rugby for 10 years. Since then I’ve done nothing, so the walking football has really got me going again."

"It’s a good workout, good fun and every week it’s getting better," said 65-year old Stephen.

"I played basketball for eight years, and rugby for 10 years. Since then I’ve done nothing, so the walking football has really got me going again."

"There are a lot of good people I’m meeting, all having a good time. I’ve been at the football four weeks, and since then I’ve joined the gym and also I’m playing bowls.”

There are several other pioneering projects that have been awarded Make Your Move funding. To find out more click here. 


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