Digital technology is quickly becoming ubiquitous in our society. The vast majority of individuals now travel with at least one device on their person. This has its advantages, as people can gain access to real time information as well as communicate with social contacts and business associates. It is also useful for day to day activities such as travel times, geolocation and weather information. And this trend is going to continue as new technology continues to be developed.
Swindon Cycle Campaign and Mitchell Cycles have been working hard to put on another Swindon Cycle Fest this summer! The festival is a free to attend community event to celebrate cycling in Swindon.There will be opportunities for all ages and abilities to try out different bikes and take part in a wide range of activities and bike rides.
The main purpose of this role is to act as Community Play Worker for Trowbridge Town Council in assisting in the operation and development of the after school clubs, to ensure their continued smooth and effective running.
Childhood obesity is one of the biggest health problems this country faces. Nearly a quarter of children in England are obese or overweight by the time they start primary school aged five, and this rises to one third by the time they leave aged 11. Our childhood obesity rates mean that the UK is now ranked among the worst in Western Europe.
On 4th July 1500 young athletes, 200 young volunteers, representing 113 schools competed in this year’s Wiltshire and Swindon School Games at Marlborough College. The Games comprised of 14 sports as part of a year-round School Sports Competition Programme supported by the National Lottery and Sport England.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a passionate team, and help make a difference to people and communities in Swindon. Intelligent Health Ltd is dedicated to improving the health of communities around the world. We believe a healthy community needs all stakeholders working together to make a difference.
WASP will be running a number of courses taking place across the county starting again in September. If in the mean time you are interested in other courses, or would like to run a workshop for your club, please take a look at our additional coach education courses.
For further information, please email Joy Rickard or call 01225 781500.