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Buxton FC's stars of yesteryear also had a number of memorable runs in the FA Cup
QPR ready for Stoke Challenge in big Championship tie
Harlequins ready for major Premiership test against high-flying Leicester Tigers
Decathlon UK stores were forced to shut down during the pandemic, with staff having to find new ways to ensure that people remained active.
London Youth Rowing aims to make rowing accessible to all and, in 2017, jointly-funded the Active Row programme, which encourages 11 to 18-year-olds in 70 schools across 12 priority boroughs to get involved in rowing.
Bexley Mencap made tennis more accessible by launching an extensive programme of virtual and one-on-one support for people with a learning disability to improve health and well-being and reduce isolation.
The Street Tag app has so far succeeded in improving the wellbeing of multiple communities in London – and around the UK – through its highly-engaging activities.
Merton Mencap help people of all ages with learning disabilities and autism, and is one of the final three nominees for The Tech and Digital award.
Young disabled Londoners set three virtual physical challenges a week for anyone to film themselves taking part in, record their scores and stay active at home during Covid-19.
Power Mobile Gym is a community interest company that prides itself on empowering young people through boxing but also through employment pathway programmes and CV development.