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Active commuting can reduce your risk of serious conditions, says National Charity Partnership

Following research by the University of Glasgow published in the British Medical Journal which highlighted the association between commuting by cycle...
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Free health activities at Prom Xtra thanks to major charity partnership

For the second year running, Conwy County Borough Council is teaming up with the National Charity Partnership, a collaboration between Diabetes UK, th...
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Takeaway culture putting families’ health at risk

The National Charity Partnership is urging people across the UK to ditch unhealthy takeaways and opt for healthier, homemade ‘fakeaways&rsq...
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Improve lifestyle habits to reduce risk of serious ill-health, says National Charity Partnership

With news that more than 20 million people in the UK are putting themselves at risk of heart disease by being physically inactive, the National Charit...
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Beat the Street shortlisted for Participation Event of the Year at BT Sport Industry Awards 2017

Beat the Street – an innovative walking and cycling initiative that got 19,000 people in Nottingham moving last Spring - has been recognised for...
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Go the extra mile to help your community win £1,000 with Beat the Street

Local people in Sandwell are being encouraged to team up and join in with a fun physical activity initiative to win up to £1,000 worth of Decath...
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Running start for Beat the Street in Sandwell as 6,500 people start playing

More than 6,000 local people are hitting the streets of Sandwell for Beat the Street, a fun physical activity initiative designed to get communities m...
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Beat the Street set to return to Sandwell this February

Beat the Street – the hugely popular physical activity initiative that had more than 300,000 walking and cycling in 2016 – is set to retur...
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Low rates of physical activity sparks concerns over long term physical health

Partnership between Tesco, Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation (BHF) urges adults in the UK to take simple steps to protect their long-term h...
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Keep active to beat ‘January blues’, says National Charity Partnership

Partnership between Tesco, Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation (BHF) urges adults in the UK to take simple steps to protect their long-term h...
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National Charity Partnership between Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundation and Tesco shocked at sugar consumption of teenagers

New figures suggesting that teenagers drink the equivalent of almost a bath full of sugary drinks each year has been met with alarm by the National Ch...
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UK attitudes towards fruit and vegetables risking people’s health, warns National Charity Partnership

Most adults in the UK worry about how their diet will affect their health, but four in five are still failing to eat the recommended five portions of...
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National Charity Partnership supports Tesco’s free fruit scheme for children

A new, UK-wide initiative to make free fruit available to children has been welcomed by the National Charity Partnership. Tesco has announced that,...
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National Charity Partnership comments on new research highlighting increased risk of heart attack death for those with diabetes

People with diabetes have a higher risk of dying following a heart attack than those without the condition, according to new research. Diabete...
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Concerns over long-term physical health of under-pressure workers

Many UK workers under so much pressure they often can’t escape their workplace for lunch, according to a new survey. Combined with generall...
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National Charity Partnership challenges Rhondda Cynon Taff to ‘Beat the Street’

The delivery of Beat the Street is funded by the National Charity Partnership – a collaboration between Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundatio...
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On your March, Goal Set – Go!

A new FREE online tool, designed to support people to set and achieve realistic health goals, has been launched today by Diabetes UK, the British Hear...
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National Charity Partnership invites Sandwell residents to take part in Beat the Street

The delivery of Beat the Street is funded by the National Charity Partnership – a collaboration between Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundatio...
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Community walking project Beat the Street wins gold at London sport awards

Beat the Street East London, funded by the National Charity Partnership, has won the Resources award at the 2016 London Sport Awards Intelligent He...
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'Let's Do This' launched today

According to a new study¹ of 2,000 people, commissioned by the British Heart Foundation (BHF), Diabetes UK and Tesco, as part of their National...
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NEW RESOURCE: Walking Bingo

Walking is one of the easiest ways to be active every day and the perfect way to get your family outside, enjoying the fresh air together.  ...
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Triple points for Beat the Street this weekend!

It is week four of the East London Beat the Street challenge and over 15,000 people have travelled a collective 26,000 miles! This weekend will see...
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Celebrating a week of Beat the Street

On 23 September a National Charity Partnership funded project, Beat the Street launched. In its first week alone, over 10,000 people had taken pa...
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Three quarters of children aren’t doing enough physical activity

New research into child activity rates reveals parents are unaware of how much activity their child should be doing to stay healthy The new res...
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National Charity Partnership named as third most admired corporate partnership in a report by C&E Advisory

Report highlights that consortia-based partnerships are set to become the partnership of the future A report published today (16 September) by C&am...
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East London to take part in Beat the Street

The delivery of Beat the Street is being supported by the National Charity Partnership – a collaboration between Diabetes UK, the British Heart...
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Helping Margate get active this summer

The British Heart Foundation, Diabetes UK and Tesco inspire Margate residents to get active   The National Charity Partnership betwee...
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