As part of the MIND Campaign burst Sporting Equals is working with grassroots community projects to deliver a number of events in key locations to help raise the importance of keeping active to maintain an active and healthy mind.
Muslimah Sports Association Wellbeing Event – Badminton session with information and advice session
Location; Crickelyford Place, Ilford
Partners, Muslimah Sports Association
For further information contact Sporting Equals 0121 7771375
Khizra Mosque – Ladies Group
Session – Coffee morning with light physical activity session and workshop with MIND
Location: Khizra Mosque, Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester
Partners – Sporting Equals Khizra Mosque, MIND,
Contact Umar Ahmed for further information 07920759770
Partners; Sporting Equals, MIND, Dery Foundation, Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust, ODARA, Amirah Foundation
Location - ODARA – The network lounge, Moseley Road, Birmingham, B12 9AN
Further details about the event can be found through; https://www.eventbrite.com/e/womens-wellbeing-event-tickets-32611533976
or contact Sporting Equals.
The events enabled people to meet professionals and gain advice and support around mental health alongside engaging in physical activities.
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Tribute to Dame Di Ellis -Trustee Sporting Equals
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Launch of Government new Cycling and Walking Strategy
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Code for Sports Governance
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BEDSA 2017 Award Winners
The third annual British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSA) took place on Saturday 18th March. The ceremony was hosted by Sir Lenny Henry and attended by over 800 guests. Click below for a full list of all the winners.
BEDSA 2017 Highlights
Sir Mo Farah and Kadeena Cox scoop top awards at the third Lycamobile British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSAs)