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Welcome to the ShireFit Podcast! We are dedicated to help you improve! Hosted by former Royal Marine and Founder of ShireFit Jack Fleckney. We look to educate you about your training by building more knowledge, tapping into your mindset and making training applicable to YOU! With a vast array of specialist guests we talk about different training techniques, nutrition, the business of fitness and much more. Grab a coffee and get ready to learn!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i ...
 
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We speak to the people behind the award winning Active Dearne walking football session, that has been one of the success stories from the first two years of the project. The episode looks at the power of trusted people in a community, and how that can support people to be active for the benefit of their physical and mental health. Guests Adam Kent,…
 
How do you write a physical activity strategy for an entire district? That's the question we posed two of the people involved in doing so for Sheffield, as the Move More physical activity strategy was refreshed in June 2021. Part one - 1:21 Part two - 22:14 Guests Tom Hughes, Development Manager (Sheffield) at Yorkshire Sport Foundation. Dr. Anna L…
 
For this debut guest episode, I've given free reign to award winning Musician, Poet, Broadcaster & Washing Machine Engineer, Joe Solo as he takes us on an audible amble around Peasholm Park, Scarborough. Joe is currently spearheading a project called We Shall Overrun which you can support WSO central, The Station in Ashton Under Lyne on the Go Fund…
 
As an intro episode, a bite-size bimble or a simple saunter, I take a small introductory yomp over Castle Hill, Huddersfield's prominent landmark and take in the past and present history of this well-known, well-loved hill and tower. This podcast is entirely patron funded and you can support it with monthly or one-off support and receive extra audi…
 
We were delighted to welcome Tasia Scrutton, Associate Professor at University of Leeds at the School for Philosophy, Religion and History of Science, at our event for Mental Health Awareness Week 2021. If you missed the event or want to listen again (it’s well worth hearing twice) here’s a recording of Tasia talking about some of the possibilities…
 
Hope and Creativity – led by Bird Lovegod and Mike Chesterton As part of our series exploring Hope throughout Lent for Leeds Lent Prayer Diary 2021, in partnership with Leeds Christian Community Trust, we welcomed Bird Lovegod, freelance journalist, Director and Co-founder of Ethical Much! We ask for your prayers for the work of each project featur…
 
Leeds Citizens is a partner organisation of LCI, utilising community organising to work for the common good of the city. LCI and Leeds Citizens work together to encourage theological reflection and learning on the big social issues faced by Leeds communities and, as part of this work, are encouraging reflection, storytelling and learning on the iss…
 
As part of our series exploring Hope throughout Lent for Leeds Lent Prayer Diary 2021, in partnership with Leeds Christian Community Trust, we welcome Anna Bland, Development Officer at Leeds Methodist Mission, Revd Madeleine Andrews, Supernumerary Methodist Minister involved in the work of Leeds Citizens and Chair of Burmantofts Community Projects…
 
Becky Cherriman’s poem “Morality Tale”, published in the anthology And The Stones Fell Open: A Leeds Poetry Anthology available here, is a prophetic poem and read by the poet herself with a pace and tone that emphasise the powerful ache of the words. “As a freelance writer, I had not been in a position to contribute to a pension scheme until I star…
 
Part two: Sporting Equals CEO, Arun Kang OBE, is one of our guests as us as we ask how Yorkshire Sport Foundation and the wider sport and activity sector can contribute to race equality. We discuss intersectionality and our guests consider what progress they would like to have been made in twelve months time. Guests: Arun Kang OBE (Sporting Equals,…
 
Part one: Sporting Equals CEO, Arun Kang OBE, is one of our guests as us as we ask how Yorkshire Sport Foundation and the wider sport and activity sector can contribute to race equality. We look at the response to the Black Lives Matters protests of summer 2020, and look at the Sporting Equals research into the use of the term BAME. This is the fir…
 
We chat with Darton Primary School in Barnsley about how they have spent the last few years challenging stereotypes through sport and activity in their school. We're joined by Totally Runable, who have worked alongside them, on a project which contributed to winning the Innovation category at the South Yorkshire Primary PE and School Sport Premium …
 
We’re joined by Sue Wilkinson MBE, CEO of the Association of Physical Education; and her colleague, Steve Caldecott, Head of Health and Safety. We discuss the impact of Covid-19 on the delivery of physical education in schools, and how PE can play even more of a crucial role in the wellbeing of pupils. Introduction 4:01 – How has Covid-19 impacted …
 
We chat about a project that has got more women coaching and participating in the traditionally male dominated world of boxing. Punch Like a Girl breaks new ground - https://www.englandboxing.org/news_articles/punch-like-a-girl-breaks-new-ground/ Guests Debra Cummins – Children and Young People lead at Yorkshire Sport Foundation Ashleigh Hurrell – …
 
The termly look at all things PE and School Sport in South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire. We talk about the Yorkshire Primary PE Sport Premium Awards, including hearing from one of the 2019 winners. We also turn the spotlight on the Active Lives Children and Young People results. Introduction – PE conferences and School Games 8:55 – Dan Bright, PE C…
 
Released on the International Day of People with Disabilities 2019, episode five asks if mixed ability is the future of grassroots provision. We’re in conversation with International Mixed Ability (IMAS) based in Bradford, to share how the mixed ability movement is progressing. Resources International Mixed Ability Sport website http://www.mixedabi…
 
Episode four focusses on PE, school sport and physical activity, providing an update for those working in or with primary schools. Introduction 3:15 - Steve Caldecott – Head of Health and Safety for Association for Physical Education. As well as his role at AfPE, Steve is an independent Ofsted inspector. We speak to him about the new inspection fra…
 
We're joined by Chris Bailey, Head of Sheffield United Community Foundation, to discuss how better demonstrating their impact is making them a more efficient and focussed organisation. Sheffield United Community Foundation - http://www.sufc-community.com/ Yorkshire Sport Foundation and DataHub - www.yorkshiresport.org/Data 4Global - https://4global…
 
Asset-based community development: The Active Burngreave approach Kathryn Mudge and Safiya Saeed from Yorkshire Sport Foundation discuss the asset-based community development approach they have taken in the Burngreave area of Sheffield, using sport and physical activity to address challenges faced by the community. Welcome (0:01 – 1:30) Part 1 – Wh…
 
Healthy Schools - www.yorkshiresport.org/HealthySchools Yorkshire Sport Foundation Primary PE and School Sport support - www.yorkshiresport.org/PrimaryPE School sport and activity action plan - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/school-sport-and-activity-action-plan #CreatingActiveSchools - www.yorkshiresport.org/CreatingActiveSchools Twitt…
 
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