The 5 A Day website encouraging people to eat more fruit and vegetables.
PO Box 9, West Molesey KT8 1WT
Tel: 020 8783 0173
Fax: 020 8783 9267
Action for Leisure promotes play and leisure with and for disabled adults and children
102 Clifton Street
Tel +44 (0)20 7739 5902
Fax +44 (0)20 7613 0531
ASH is a campaigning public health charity working for a comprehensive societal response to tobacco aimed at achieving a sharp reduction and eventual elimination of the health problems caused by tobacco. 120,000 people per year die from smoking-related diseases in the UK and tobacco is a major cause of illness and health inequalities. Tobacco is a powerfully addictive drug that most of its users would like to quit using.
8 Frederick Street
Edinburgh EH2 2HB
Tel. 0131 225 4725
Fax. 0131 225 4759
ASH Scotland is the leading voluntary organisation in Scotland tackling tobacco use. Established in 1973, the organisation holds a wealth of experience and knowledge on tobacco issues.
Astral House, 1268 London Road,
London SW16 4ER
Tel 020 8765 7200
Information Line: 0800 00 99 66
Fax 020 8765 7211
Age Concern supports all people over 50 in the UK, ensuring that they get the most from life. We provide essential services such as day care and information. We campaign on issues like age discrimination and pensions, and work to influence public opinion and government policy about older people.
33 Owen Avenue, Murray 12, East Kilbride, G75 9AH, United Kingdom.
32-36 Loman Street,
Telephone: 020 7928 7377
Fax: 020 7928 4644
Alcohol Concern is the national agency on alcohol misuse. We work to reduce the incidence and costs of alcohol-related harm and to increase the range and quality of services available to people with alcohol-related problems.
6 Lower Mall
tel: 020 8237 6700
fax: 020 8237 6749
The ARA is the governing body for the sport of rowing in England, and is also responsible for representing Great Britain's interests to FISA, and for the preparation, training and selection of GB teams. At a national level the ARA is also responsible for the organisation and development of rowing in England.
Harold Fern House
t: 01509 618 700
f: 01509 618 701
The Amateur Swimming Association is the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo, open water and synchronised swimming. The ASA aims to ensure everybody has an opportunity to learn to swim.
PO Box 173, Letchworth
Hertfordshire SG6 1XQ
Tel: 01462 423351
Anorexia and Bulimia Care (ABC) has been in existence in its present form since 1989. It is a national Christian organisation run by Christians for sufferers, their families and for carers.
1 ClanWilliam Square,
Grand Canal Quay,
Tel: +353 1 6618188
Fax: +353 1 661 6261
The Arthritis Foundation of Ireland was established in 1981. It is the only national charity dedicated to further Research and Education for this common condition. The Foundation is continuing to fund research into arthritis in Ireland. The long term aim is to find a cure for the disease but along the way research projects funded increase out understanding of the disease and so improve treatment given.
18 Stephenson Way
London NW1 2HD
tel 020 7380 6500 (general enquiries)
fax 020 7380 6505
Or email email@example.com
Arthritis Care is the UK's largest voluntary organisation working with and for people with arthritis. We aim to empower people to take control of their arthritis and their lives.
St Mary's Court
St Mary's Gate
Tel: 0870 850 5000
Fax: (0)1246 558007
The Arthritis Research Campaign (arc), founded in 1936, raises funds to promote medical research into the cause, treatment and cure of arthritic conditions: to educate medical students, doctors and allied healthcare professionals about arthritis and to provide information to people affected by arthritis and to the general public.
Telephone: 020 8577 9747
The Asian Health Agency is a registered charity specialising in the provision of direct and holistic health & social care services and capacity building support services primarily to Asian and other BME communities as well as research, training, consultancy support to statutory and voluntary sectors. particularly in the field of developing culturally appropriate services and anti-discriminatory practices.
20 Brook Meadow Close
Tel / Fax +44 (0) 20 8503 2042
E mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Association for the Study of Obesity (ASO) was founded in 1967 and is the UK's foremost organisation dedicated to the understanding and treatment of obesity.
The BAofE is the sport's governing body in England and actively promotes and encourages its development from grass roots, through clubs, local leagues and county organisations to the National Squad.
www.bbc.co.uk/health/healthyliving - BBC website with lots of useful information about food and exercise for adults and children. Adults can work out their body mass index (BMI).
39 Crown Road,
Middlesex. TW1 3EJ
Main Telephone: 020 8892 5256
Fax: 020 8892 1008
020 8892 5256
Beating Bowel Cancer is a national charity working to raise awareness of symptoms, promote early diagnosis and encourage open access to treatment choice for those affected by bowel cancer. Through our work we aim to help save lives from this common cancer, the UK's second biggest killer cancer.
Benton Bridge Cottage Jesmond Dene
Newcastle on Tyne NE7 7DA
Cycling is fun, fast, green and healthy. That's why we want you to spend more time pedalling, and less time sitting in front of the computer. Bikeforall.net is a filter, listing the useful bike stuff on the internet, ignoring the duff and the overtly commercial.
10 South Pallant
Phone 01243 527444
Mobile 07730 438082
Fax 01243 839260
Bike Week is the UK's annual promotion of all kinds of cycling. In 2004, more than 180,000 participants in 1,400 events gained a huge amount of positive media coverage for cycling. Funded by the UK governments and the cycle industry's Bike Hub initiative, Bike Week is co-ordinated for a steering group of 16 organisations, all of which want to 'get more people cycling more often'.
60 Cranmer Terrace
Telephone: 020 8772 4994
Fax 020 8772 4999
The Blood Pressure Association was established in October 2000 with the aim of making a real difference to the 16 million people affected by high blood pressure in the UK. Our aim at the BPA is to put high blood pressure at the top of everyone's health agenda - from the Government and the media to every adult.
Cancer Research UK
61 Lincoln's Inn Fields
Tel: 020 7269 3412
Raises money for research into bowel cancer and aims to raise awareness of the symptoms so that people are diagnosed earlier.
1 Regent Place,
Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 2PJ
The umbrella membership body for counselling in the UK, and as such the standard-setting association to which all its members adhere, providing support and protection for members of the public who may seek counselling. Provides information on training as a counsellor, as well as information on counselling services available in your locality.
Umbra Athletics Ltd
Unit 1 Bredbury Business Park
Stockport SK6 2SN
Tel: 44 (0) 161 406 6320
Fax: 44 (0) 161 406 6732
The BritishAthletics website has been designed to provide comprehensive, accurate and up to date information on British Athletics.
4-6 Victoria Terrace
Tel: 08700 789000
Fax: 08700 789001
British Blind Sport is a registered charity and the co-ordinating body of sport for the blind and partially sighted in the UK. The charity was set up in 1975 by visually impaired people, to enable them to have a controlling interest in their various sports.
BCPA Head Office:
2 Station Road
Swavesey, Cambridge CB4 5QJ
Freephone 0800 4792800
The association offers unconditional help, support, reassurance and advice to cardiac patients, their families and carers. We pride ourselves in being the independent voice of the patient and carer. To that end we represent the patient on Government bodies, research working groups, Health Improvement Programmes, nursing bodies, and many others.
9 Fitzroy Square
+44 (0) 20 7383 3887
The British Cardiac Society was established in 1922, and is a charitable body. The majority of our membership are UK cardiologists and cardiac surgeons, but also includes other doctors and healthcare professionals. The Society is involved in education, the setting of clinical standards and research into heart and circulatory diseases.
Telephone: 01332 295551
Fax: 01332 295580
Minicom: 01332 295581
The British Council of Disabled People is the UK's national organisation of the worldwide Disabled People's Movement. We were set up in 1981 by disabled people to promote our full equality and participation in UK society, and we now represent some 126 groups run by disabled people in the UK at national level.
British Deaf Sports Council (BDSC) was founded in 1930, with the aim of organising competitors to participate in the World Games for the Deaf (now known as DEAFLYMPIC), and therefore it is Britain's oldest national sports organisation for a disabled group.
National Cycling Centre
Tel: 0870 871 2000
Fax: 0870 871 2001
The internationally recognised governing body for cycling in Great Britain.
5th Floor, Charles House
148/9 Great Charles Street Queensway
Tel 0121 200 8080
Fax 0121 200 8081
The British Dietetic Association, established in 1936, was formed to provide training and facilities for Dietitians. The Association has developed into a Professional Association that aims to: inform, protect, represent and support.
126-128 Cromwell Road, London SW7 4ET
Tel: 020 7370 7411
Fax: 020 7373 3926
Provides general and nutritional information as well as recipes for eggs.
6 Humber Street, Cheetham Hill, Manchester,
United Kingdom M8 0PX
Telephone: 0161 281 2888 - Helpline (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm)
Web site: http://www.behaf.org.uk
BEHAF is a REGISTERED NATIONAL HEALTH AWARENESS TRUST for community support, health care advice, medical information, and patient's advocacy. Our mission is to promote self-help, healthy eating habits, healthy living styles, and raise health awareness in the wider community.
1 Baron's Gate, 33-35 Rothschild Road,
London W4 5HT,
Tel: 020 8742 3032,
Fax 020 8742 3033
Ford Hall, Lilleshall National Sports Centre, Newport, Shropshire TF10 9NB
Tel: 0845 1297129 (local call rate)
International: +44 (0) 1952 822300
Fax: 0845 1249089
Minicom: (0800) 783 7898
British Gymnastics aims to continually assess, review and meet Gymnastic needs and expectations of our Membership by developing strategies and action plans which embrace best value, challenge current thinking, break down barriers and bring about continuous improvement in Opportunities, Facilities and Competitive results.
14 Fitzhardinge Street
London W1H 6DH
Tel: 020 7935 0185
The aim of the British Heart Foundation is to play a leading role in the fight against cardiovascular disease so that it is no longer a major cause of disability and premature death. For more than 40 years, the British Heart Foundation has been at the forefront of the fight against heart disease, funding education, care and much more.
Tel: 01509 223259
Fax: 01509 223972
The British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical Activity and Health (BHFNC) was established in April 2000 with Funding from the British Heart Foundation (BHF). The BHF continues to fund, support and work in partnership with the Centre.
The Blood Pressure Unit, St. George's Hospital Medical School,
Cranmer Terrace, London, SW17 ORE.
Tel: 020 8725 3412
Fax: 020 8725 2959
The British Hypertension Society is a forum for clinicians, physiologists and other scientists with an interest in hypertension. Their website includes details of their meetings, research and publications such as Guidelines for Management of Hypertension.
Good Relations Healthcare
26 Southampton Buildings
Tel; 020 7861 3118
Fax: 020 7861 3913
Information on nutrition and the role of lean red meat in a healthy balanced diet.
177-179 Burton Rd
Tel: 0870 010 4878
Fax: 0161 445 4500
The British Mountaineering Council is the representative body that exists to protect the freedoms and promote the interests of climbers, hillwalkers and mountaineers, including ski-mountaineers.
High Holborn House
52-54 High Holborn
London WC1V 6RQ
Tel: 020 7404 6504
The British Nutrition Foundation is a scientific and educational charity which promotes the well being of society through the impartial interpretation and effective dissemination of evidence-based nutritional knowledge and advice
4300 Nash Court
John Smith Drive
Oxford Business Park
Tel: 01865 714455
Fax: 01865 782231
The British Potato Council is all about Improving Competitiveness and Increasing Usage of GB potatoes. We are a non-departmental public body (NDPB) funded by purchasers and growers.
41 Eagle Street
Telephone +44 (0) 207 242 3313
Facsimile +44 (0) 207 242 3277
The British Society for Rheumatology (BSR) is a medical society committed to advancing knowledge and practice in the field of rheumatology. We aim to improve awareness and understanding of arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions and work at national and local level to promote high quality standards of care for people with these conditions.
The British Sports Trusts goal is simple: to help people discover their potential through sport and provide an opportunity to share those abilities with others.
BWF National Office, 112 Crescent Road,
Reading, Berks. RG1 5SW
The British Walking Federation provides many opportunities for people to make friends and enjoy the British countryside through its programme of organised non-competitive events. Its aim is to provide outdoor sports, free from competition, for people of all ages.
Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Guttmann Road,
Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire, HP21 9PP
Tel: 01296 395995
Fax: 01296 424171
The British Wheelchair Sports Foundation (BWSF) is the national organisation for wheelchair sport in the UK. The Foundation exists to provide, promote and develop opportunities for men, women and children with disabilities to participate in recreational and competitive wheelchair sport.
Central Office, 25 Jermyn Street,
Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7RU.
Tel: 01529 306 851
Fax: 01529 303 233
The British Wheel of Yoga is the largest Yoga organisation in the country and has been registered as a charity for more than 30 years. We are also recognised by the Sports Councils as the national Governing Body for Yoga in the UK.
12, Westwood Lane,
England S43 1PA
Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1246 236443
The BWA website which provides information on wrestling in Great Britain (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales).
The Cardiomyopathy Association is a registered charity which helps sufferers, their families and their medical advisors to best manage the impact of cardiomyopathy.
Telephone: 020 7854 8500
Fax 020 7854 8501
As the independent voice of UK Sport the CCPR is the umbrella organisation for the national governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK, speaks and acts to promote, protect and develop the interests of sport and physical recreation at all levels.
112 Great Russell St
London, WC1B 3NQ
020 7343 1800
Central YMCA is the World's founding YMCA, established in 1844 and today internationally renowned for educational programmes within the field of health and fitness.
2 Mayfield Avenue, Chiswick, London W4 1PW
Telephone +44 (0)20 8995 0257
Fax +44 (0)20 8995 9075
The Child Growth Foundation is an independent charity and receives no central government or local government funding. It must provide for itself. The Foundation supports children, families of children and adults with growth related problems. It also funds research into possible solutions to these growth related disorders.
29-30 Soho Square, London, W1D 3QS
Tel no: 020 7534 6546 or 020 7287 0904
Fax: 020 7534 6545
We aim to promote healthy living, and to provide access to health services, for the Chinese community in the UK. The Centre takes an holistic approach, tackling both the physical and psychological aspects of health.
65 North Castle Street
Telephone: (0131) 225 6963
Fax: (0131) 220 6313
CHSS Head Office 0131 225 6963
Advice Line 0845 077 6000
Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland aims to improve the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness through medical research, advice and information, and support in the community.
helpline 0808 808 5000
CHF is a federation of local and national support groups. Families in these groups live throughout the UK and Ireland. We provide a freephone helpline and email service, respite care, family support grants, blood test monitors for home use, and a network of computers in hospitals so children can continue their education. We try to raise awareness of the existence and needs of heart children.
35 Bedford Row, London, WC1R 4JH
Tel: 0207 400 4480
Fax: 0207 400 4480
Cholesterol UK is an initiative of two leading heart charities Hâ€¢Eâ€¢Aâ€¢Râ€¢T UK and the British Cardiac Patients' Association. Greater population-wide understanding of heart health risks would help to improve the nation's health and well-being. Cholesterol UK calls for the targeting of raised cholesterol levels, alongside other major risk factors, through education and awareness of diet and lifestyle change.
7 Rickett Street
London SW6 1RU
Tel: 020 7381 9711
Fax: 020 7381 5752
Colon Cancer Concern (CCC) is the UK's leading charity dedicated to reducing deaths from bowel cancer and improving the quality of life of those affected by the disease.
Blood Pressure Unit, Department of Medicine, St George's Hospital Medical School,
Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 0RE
Tel 020 8725 2409
Fax 020 8725 2959
CASH (Consensus Action on Salt and Health) is a group of specialists concerned with salt and its effects on health. It is successfully working to reach a consensus with the food industry and Government over the harmful effects of a high salt diet, and bring about a reduction in the amount of salt in processed foods as well as salt added to cooking, and the table.
Chelsea Square, London SW3 6NP
Tel 020 7349 8686
Fax 020 7349 9414
Supports clinical research into the prevention and early diagnosis of cardiovascular disease through the development and application of safe and painless non-invasive methods.
The Coronary Prevention Group (CPG) was formed in 1979 by a group of doctors, epidemiologists and other experts in response to the inaction following the 1974 Department of Health Report and the 1976 Report of the Royal College of Physicians and the British Cardiac Society.
Westburn House, Foresterhill,
Aberdeen AB25 2ZW
The Counterweight Programme was launched in 2000 as the result of a national group of consultant physicians recognising the need to tackle obesity management in primary care. The National Counterweight Project Board was established for project guidance and management. Counterweight is a multi-centre practice nurse led obesity management project being conducted in 80 general practices in 7 regions of the UK
Leisure Industries Research Centre
Sheffield Hallam University
Unit 1, Sheffield Science Park
Tel: 0114 225 4494
Fax: 0114 225 4488
CRN is a network which, covers the UK and the Republic of Ireland, gives easy access to, information on countryside and related recreation matters, reaches organisations and individuals in the public, private and voluntary sectors, networks thousands of interested people
69 Meadrow, Godalming GU7 3HS
tel 0870 873 0060
Campaigning for cyclists' rights, lobbying government and other agencies to promote, invest in and facilitate cycling, also organises club activities.
Kelly Roche House
619 North Circular Road
Dublin 1. Ireland
Tel: 01 8551522
Fax: 01 8551771
Cycling Ireland is the governing body for the sport of cycling in Ireland.
Diabetes UK is the largest organisation in the UK working for people with diabetes, funding research, campaigning and helping people live with the condition.
76 Lower Gardiner Street,
Tel: 01 836 3022
Fax: 01 836 5182
Helpline No. 1850 909 909
Since 1967 the Diabetes Federation of Ireland has been dedicated to helping people with diabetes. Through its network of support branches throughout the country, people who have an interest in diabetes are dedicated to sourcing and sharing information on diabetes and related matters.
20 Brook Meadon Close
Essex. IG8 9NR
Telephone: 020 8503 2042
Designed with dietitians in mind, we hope it inspires and informs, and leaves you eager to learn more. Keep a regular lookout for new topical updates (where you'll find our review of the new book Best Medicine: Weight Management), training events (see opposite), forthcoming meetings, references and resources.
9 Canon Harnett Court
0845 130 71 72
Different Strokes is a registered charity providing a unique, free service to younger stroke survivors throughout the United Kingdom. Our services and the number of stroke survivors benefiting from them have grown dramatically since we were formed in 1996. We are run by stroke survivors for stroke survivors, for active self help and mutual support.
3 St Andrew's Place
London NW1 4LB
Tel: 020 7486 0341
The Digestive Disorders Foundation is the only national charity that covers the entire range of digestive disorders.
7200 The Quorum
Oxford Business Park North
Oxford OX4 2JZ
Tel: 01865 487176
DIPEx is an Oxford based charity which produces a unique, award winning website (www.dipex.org) about people's experiences of health and illness. It aims to give information and support to patients, their family and carers so that they are better informed about the life choices they may need to make.
380 - 384 Harrow Road, London W9 2HU
(020) 7289 — 6111
The DLF are the leading UK disability charity providing advice and information on equipment/AT for independent living. We provide completely impartial advice and information free to the public through our Advice Services Helpline and Equipment Demonstration Centre (EDC), a comprehensive training programme, IT (Sara Project) and the UK's only equipment database.
Disability Sport England is the number one events agency for people with all disabilities. We currently run 12 National Championships and 200 Regional Events in a variety of sports. DSE runs a free membership scheme for clubs/schools, organisations and individuals. We are not Government funded so rely on sposorship and fundraising initiatives.
Eating Disorders Association is a UK wide charity providing information, help and support for anyone affected by or caring for someone affected by an eating disorder, in particular, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder.
Old Potbridge Road
Tel/Fax: 01252 843501
The EADA is the governing body for, and the voice of, Amateur Competitive Dancesport in England. As well as being a member of the International Dancesport Federation (IDSF), EADA is the only UK Dancesport Association (Professional or Amateur) which is recognised and supported by Sport England.
C/o English Institute of Sport, Coleridge Road, Sheffield, S9 5DA
Telephone: 0870 77 44 225
Fax: 0870 77 44 226
ENGLAND BASKETBALL aims to create and increase access to sustainable, affordable and regular participation in Basketball.
To develop a structure which will enable all players to achieve their full potential in basketball.
23 Sidlaws Road
English Karate sets the nationally recognised standards and definitions in all aspects of karate in England and this encompasses such vital areas as: Coaching, tournament, club structure, standards of safety, and the protection of children and vulnerable people.
Manchester Metropolitan University
Stoke on Trent
Tel: 0161 247 5294
Fax Number 0161 247 6895
Minicom Number 0161 247 5644
English Federation Of Disability Sport is the Governing Body for Disability Sport in England, as well as the national body responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England.
ESAPLD Unit 9, Milner Way,
Ossett, West Yorkshire WF5 9JN
Tel: 08451 298992
Fax: 01924 267 666
Works with people with moderate learning difficulties. People with mild and moderate learning difficulties are excluded from society because their strengths are not valued and their needs are not recognised. Their aim is to identify and promote the best ways of supporting people to live their lives in the way they want to.
National Squash Centre, Sportcity,
Manchester, M11 3FF
England Squash is responsible for the organisation and promotion of squash in England. It is a company limited by guarantee and comprises 38 County Associations, approximately 1,000 Clubs (who affiliate to the organisation on behalf of their members) and Individual and Player members. A
Telephone 01509 631 699
Fax: 01509 631 689
This is the Official Site for Volleyball in England, and carries information regarding all Volleyball Events, News from around the Country and Links to approved English Volleyball Websites and International Sites.
The Institute of
Freepost LON 922,
Tel: 0800 731 9468
Fax: 020 7970 6018
Everyman was established by The Institute of Cancer Research to raise awareness and fund vital research for prostate and testicular cancer. Money raised goes to support the UK's first centre dedicated to male cancers - their diagnosis, prevention and treatment.
Fighting Fit is Manchester Learning Disability Partnership's strategy to encourage and support individuals to lead physically active lifestyles, to eat healthy food, and to achieve or maintain a healthy weight.
61 Southwark Street
Tel: 020 7202 4700
Fax: 020 7202 4701
The Fitness Industry Association (FIA) is the trade body for the health and fitness sector with over 1600 operator members including all the major chain operators and in excess of 100 suppliers.
01422 383 191
The Focus on Food Campaign is an RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) flagship education initiative. The Campaign aims to raise the profile and importance of practical food education and help secure, sustain and strengthen the position and status of food in the National Curriculum.
94 White Lion Street,
London N1 9PF
Tel 020 7837 2250
Fax 020 7837 1141
Good food should be tasty, nutritious and safe to eat - so why is our food a major cause of preventable diseases such as obesity, cancer and strokes? The Food Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organisation which investigates these issues and campaigns for safer, healthier food in the UK.
Lists the nutrition information of meals served in popular fast food chains. Use it to find the healthiest item on the menu.
foodfitness c/o Food and Drink Federation
6 Catherine Street
London WC2B 5JJ
Tel: 020 7836 2460
Fax: 020 7379 0481
Food & Drinks Federation's foodfitness programme is a healthy lifestyle initiative with a unique dual approach: promoting enjoyable, healthy eating combined with increased moderate physical activity.
Food Poverty Team, Sustain: The Alliance for Better Food and Farming,
94 White Lion Street, London N1 9PF
Tel: 020 7837 1228
Fax 020 7837 1141
The Food Poverty Projects database (formerly called the Food and Low Income Database) provides an invaluable indication of community food projects across the UK, which tackle food poverty at a community level.
London WC2B 6NH
Switchboard: 020 7276 8000
The Food Standards Agency is an independent food safety watchdog set up by an Act of Parliament in 2000 to protect the public's health and consumer interests in relation to food.
Oxford Brookes University site aimed at students, but contains important healthy eating tips for anyone on a low income.
25 Soho Square
0845 458 1966
25 Soho Square
Help Line: 0800 0277766
Telephone: 020 7534 4210
Fax: 020 7287 0459
On the award winning go4awalk.com you will find over 6,800 pages of information (with over 1450 photographs) about walking Britain's countryside including the best online UK walk route maps and directions available for walking the Lake District, walking Snowdonia, walking The Yorkshire Dales and walking the Brecon Beacons.
Tel:++44 (0)1509 631671
Fax. ++44 (0)1509 631672
Mob. ++44 (0)7748 668395
The objects for which The Association is established are to relieve those persons who have a severe permanent physical disability of one or both lower extremities who are resident in Great Britain or eligible to play for Great Britain by encouraging and promoting the sport of wheelchair basketball with the object of improving conditions of life and to assist in their integration into society.
BTCV Conservation Centre
163 Balby Road
South Yorkshire. DN4 0RH
Tel: 01302 572 244
Fax: 01302 310 167
BTCV Green Gym offers people an alternative - the opportunity to improve their fitness by involvement in practical conservation activities such as planting hedges, creating and maintaining community gardens, or improving footpaths.
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