Telford gets active

Almost 1,000 people so far have joined a fitness campaign sweeping Telford and Wrekin… and there are plenty more opportunities to get involved.
Over the next 12 months, volunteers and community groups will host sports, activities as well as road shows, workshops, taster sessions and open days around the borough in parks, village halls and community centres as well as sporting facilities. The activities mean friends and families can enjoy sport together or as part of a group.
Councillor Andy Burford says, “Fun and also support are so important when it comes to being active and we’re lucky to have so many passionate people in our communities helping to create these events.”
For more details about keeping active in Telford, visit healthytelford.com.

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