Our Work to Help People From Deprived Areas to Get Physically Active
We take a look at some of the projects working with people from lower socio-economic groups.
Earlier this month we updated you on how the 35 projects to receive funding from our Tackling Inactivity and Economic Disadvantage have been getting on.
In their first year they have engaged almost 5,000 people from lower socio-economic groups.
Here we’re going to take a closer look at the impact some of these projects, as well as those working with similar groups of people but not receiving TIED funding, are having.
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