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We are pleased to include details of endorsements for the Young Women, Physical Activity & Competitive Sport report commissioned by Staffordshire Youth & Community Services – see link http://www.widerimpact.com/july-2013-young-women-physical-activity-competitive-sport-report-delivered

 

  • Thanks for sending this to me. It is extremely interesting. I think the findings apply to girls everywhere – I have a 12 year old daughter and find that many girls are really put off participating in competitive sports. Nicole Jones, Groundwork

 

  •  That’s a really great piece of work Edwin, bet you enjoyed researching and producing it! Really interesting! They always go on about having positive sports female role models, I could never relate to any of them and I was captain of most of the sports teams at school! Be interesting to know what’s happening with the boys!Liz Baker, Cannock Council

 

  • Thanks for sending me this, Edwin, startling findings that young women are becoming less active with the problem appearing to be more pronounced in Staffordshire, with 32.6% of childen classified as over weight or obese. John Webbe, Midlands Heart Housing Association

 

  • I’ve just downloaded the young women, physical activity and competitive sport report; it really gives us such a stark insight of the barriers that young women face regarding sport and physical activity. I notice that a multi-agency event to report the findings is being arranged and would very much like to register my interest in being included in this. Rachael Cleary, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

 

 Please feel free to forward your own feedback, which will be forwarded to the report commissioner.

Kindest regards

Edwin :-)  

 

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Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis