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OLD PLAYGROUND GAMES BACK IN VOGUE
21 Apr 2005
Playground games of yesteryear are set for a renaissance in a bid to get schoolchildren more active.
Sports Minister Alun Pugh AM
ALUN PUGH LAUNCHES FAMILY FIGHT AGAINST OBESITY ON EVE OF INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FAMILIES
14 Apr 2005
On the eve of International Day of Families, Wales’s Sports Minister Alun Pugh urged the people of Wales to get on board the fight against obesity at Gellifor Primary School in Denbighshire.
Hefin Archer Williams, Jamie Baulch and David Evans
DOLMANS TO SUPPORT ELITE ATHLETES IN LEGAL PARTNERSHIP
8 Apr 2005
Cardiff-based Dolmans solicitors will provide free legal advice to up and coming Welsh athletes as part of a ground-breaking partnership with the Sports Council for Wales’s lottery funded Elite Cymru programme.
PE TEACHERS SWITCH ON TO ICT
PE TEACHERS SWITCH ON TO ICT
22 Mar 2005
Physical Education teachers from the length and breadth of Wales yesterday (March 22 2005) descended upon the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff, for a masterclass in developing the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in school sport.
YOUR BOOTS WERE MADE FOR WALKING
YOUR BOOTS WERE MADE FOR WALKING
9 Mar 2005
People in the South Wales valleys are much less likely to undertake walking than other parts of Wales, according to sports experts.
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