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  • [15 Jun 2017]

    A British firm stated that 99.9 percent of these popular play areas are full of germs because feces are often lurking at the bottom.

  • [09 Jun 2017]

    Competition in the fitness trade show market has ramped up as a result of Leisure Industry Week (LIW) rebranding as a pure fitness exhibition, while the parent company of Professional Beauty is launching its own fitness-focused event.

  • [25 Apr 2017]

    Promoting UK Sports and Play:FSPA launches exciting new brand - FSPA Managing Director, Jane Montgomery, explains: “The rebrand marks an exciting new chapter for us and all our members

  • [29 Mar 2017]

    The Primary School educating system could soon be set for a major overhaul in the coming years ahead as the Department of Education are reportedly considering proposals that could see young children under the age of ten focus on creative play rather than the current curriculum

  • [14 Mar 2017]

    Adolescence is thought to be the time when children go off exercise - but a study in The British Journal of Sports Medicine suggests it happens much earlier, around the age of seven.

  • [22 Sep 2016]

    Hundreds of nursery schools, most in deprived areas, will close if the Government’s plans for early years funding go ahead, the NAHT has warned.

  • [05 Sep 2016]

    The 2017 rating revaluation is rapidly approaching and now is the time for property owners and occupiers to plan for the changes. So here’s what you need to know

  • [19 Aug 2016]

    Experts and campaign groups have poured scorn on the government’s Childhood Obesity Strategy, describing it as a “missed opportunity”, “embarrassing” and “weak”.

  • [29 Jul 2016]

    A new infographic based on the UK physical activity guidelines for the early years has been launched. The infographic has been designed to explain the UK Chief Medical Officers’ recommendation that children aged under five should be active for at least 180 minutes, spread throughout the day.

  • [28 Jul 2016]

    As we’re rolling up our sleeves and getting stuck into preparations for our re-brand early next year, there couldn’t be a better time to ask you, our members and potential members, for your views on our services.

 
 
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