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"Sport and recreation are good for you..." -  this statement instinctively feels right. After all, what could be better for you than fresh air, exercise, teamwork, nature, camaraderie? But where is the evidence that underpins that feeling? We can claim that physical activity improves health, helps educational attainment and brings communities closer but can we underpin that claim? In many cases, the evidence proves the point outright, in others it points the way towards an answer without establishing it conclusively. Put together, however, the case for leading a more active lifestyle is compelling – both personally and societally.

Sport and recreation is not a panacea, but as this evidence demonstrates, it can certainly be a significant part of the solution.

WALES ON SUNDAY, 7th FEB 2016 ARTICLE (click on link below):

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WALES ONLINE ARTICLE, 6th FEB 2016:

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Testimonials:

It didn’t feel like a workout, it felt like a great hour with friends where I laughed so much my belly hurt and I burned 600 calories.
By Claire Darcy Smith, Warrington

What a fun time we had with the girls last weekend at the Family Stingball session! And it didn't hurt, except from laughing!!
By Janette, Warrington

Ha! We saw this sport at the Warrington Collegiate Freshers Fair yesterday and put our names down for a lunchtime Stingball session!! Bring it on!!
By Tom & Ben, Chester

At the Family Stingball game in Moss Side Manchester for Man City Olympic Summer!! Kids and adults loved it!! Fun #fun
By Terri, Manchester

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