Be Involved is a Swindon and Wiltshire initiative that enables employers to support the employability of young people in our community and the future workforce. The aim is to create a directory of businesses and other organisations who pledge to work together to support local schools and those with significant barriers to work and offer apprenticeships, traineeships and supported internships.
Click here to read more about the Be Involved Programme.
Innov8 Sportz CIC invite local young people, youth services workers and providers, volunteers and parents to join us in a combined event to be held on International Youth Day, Sunday 12 August!
Entry and activities are free, with a small charge for the BBQ run by Marlborough Scout Group.
See you there!!
In Wiltshire Council’s 2018 Get Active brochure you will find information about the huge number of school holiday sports and physical activity opportunities delivered or supported by Wiltshire Council. This summer, programmes will be available in 61 different locations across the county. Sport and physical activity plays a vital role in the lives of young people in Wiltshire and the wider community – contributing to improved health and wellbeing, community cohesion and social interaction.
Click here for the Get Active Brochure 2018
Click HERE to go directly to our Eventbrite page.
We are GDPR compliant as a Data Controller and Processor.
Innov8 Sportz CIC is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (reference ZA230469).
Please have a look at our Data Protection Policy (Including GDPR) and
DATA SUBJECTS INFORMATION if you would like to know more about how Innov8 Sportz CIC will handle your data.
Fruit and vegetables are part of a healthy, balanced diet and can help us stay healthy and therefore It’s important that we eat enough of them.
Evidence shows there are significant health benefits to getting at least five 80g portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables every day.
The 5 A Day campaign is based on advice from the World Health Organisation, which recommends eating a minimum of 400g of fruit and vegetables a day to lower the risk of serious health problems, such as heart disease, stroke and some cancers.
Five reasons to eat five portions of fruit and veg
- Fruit and vegetables are a good source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C and potassium.
- They’re an excellent source of dietary fibre, which can help to maintain a healthy gut and prevent constipation and other digestion problems. A diet high in fibre can also reduce your risk of bowel cancer.
- They can help to reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke and some cancers.
- Fruit and vegetables contribute to a healthy, balanced diet.
- Fruit and vegetables taste delicious and there’s so much variety to choose from.
What is classed as a portion?
The term portion is a very vague term, however the minimum recommended adult in take is 5 lots of 80g or a single piece of fruit.
Children should also eat at least five portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables a day. The amount of food a child needs varies with age, body size and levels of physical activity. As a rough guide, one portion is the amount they can fit in the palm of their hand.
Innov8 Sportz CIC and JB Youth Services are pleased to announce a fantastic new project for 2018. A touring Youth Club will bring activities to young people once a month in their own community, so they have the chance to engage with experienced staff, socialise, develop new skills and take on personal challenges.
This creative initiative, supported by Marlborough Area Board and the Local Youth Network, allows the many young people living in villages across the wider Marlborough community to access exciting activities, offered by experienced and well qualified providers, on their own doorsteps. Young people from school years 7-11 will have the opportunity to participate in sports sessions, drumming, cooking, graffiti art and much more over the six-month pilot.
The pilot will take place in the villages of Baydon, Lockeridge, Ogbourne St George and Ramsbury, and the sessions will also be open to those from the near hamlets and villages. Details of the full programme of sessions are coming soon and will be advertised throughout the communities and via a dedicated Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/MobileYouthClub/
The project will culminate in an activity day to take place centrally in Marlborough, bringing together everyone involved throughout the pilot – watch this space for more info!
Innov8 Sportz CIC and JB Youth Services are appealing to the community to get involved to make this a great success! Local volunteers are especially important to support the longer-term aims of the project. Volunteers will be DBS checked and fully supported, so please get in touch with your local parish council if you think you can help.