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World Day for Physical Activity 'Sports Fest' Saturday 11 March 2017 via @UoNPhysio

This coming Saturday (11th March 2017) The University of Nottingham Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation students will be showcasing their sporting skills at their multi-cohort ‘Sports Festival’ or also known as “Sports Fest” at 2pm at the David Ross Sports Village on University Park Campus. They will be engaging with a number of different sports including volleyball, benchball and dodgeball, competing in teams of 15 against each other for the highly sought after championship trophy!

We are campaigning this event as our official ‘World Day of Physical Activity’. Although the official day for this is the 6th April, due to University term times we are hosting this event on the 11th March instead. Some of our campaign posters can be seen below, and you can follow both the lead up to the event and the event on the day by using the #WDPA17 hashtag or by following these twitter accounts @UoNPhysio or @UoNSportRehab

The aim of the event is to raise as much money for charity as possible for Cancer Research UK, promote healthy lifestyles and physical activity as well as encouraging healthy relationships between the cohorts. Any donations to our Cancer Research UK fund would be greatly appreciated or any form of involvement, whether it be your support on the side lines on Saturday, or if it’s following the days’ activities on twitter! Any form of support would be incredible and to have you on board with us would be wonderful.

For more details or any questions about the event, please contact:

Phil Taylor (SUPRA Event Coordinator) on msypt@nottingham.ac.uk

Jessie Robinson (CSP Event Coordinator) on msyjfr@notingham.ac.uk or via twitter @physiojessie



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