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Investing in parks is vital as the country recovers from the pandemic, a new report commissioned by The National Lottery Heritage Fund shows.
Anti-social behaviour powers are being applied so differently by councils across England and Wales that it is leading to a ‘postcode lottery’.
Researchers are investigating whether prescribing nature can help prevent and tackle mental ill health.
Grassroots physical activity providers have shown ‘resilience, determination and passion’ during the Covid-19 pandemic but requires support to recover to pre-pandemic levels.
Different camera angles used by men and women when taking selfies serve as a type of non-verbal communication about the photo taker’s intentions, according to new research.
Most areas of the UK saw a ‘concerted and well-coordinated’ effort from local government to support communities and businesses during Covid-19.
Small charities ‘showed up and stuck around’ to support people throughout the pandemic
Leading researchers are being brought together to ensure that evidence of the impact of social prescribing is accessible, useful and compelling.
The role of physical activity in the UK’s response to Covid-19 is to be explored through a new research collaboration between Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) and ukactive.
A major study has revealed that the horse racing industry contributes in excess of £300 million a year to the Yorkshire economy.
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