Change 4 Life - 10 Minute Shake Up Activities
British sporting champions Tom Daley and Becky Adlington are encouraging children to ‘just keep moving’ this summer, as they launch nationwide interactive family swim sessions and a brand new 10 Minute Shake Up campaign – all inspired by the new Disney·Pixar blockbuster, Finding Dory.
The joint Disney, Change4Life and the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) campaign launches family swim sessions at hundreds of pools across the UK as well as new 10 Minute Shake Up activities, in a bid to make exercise fun and help children get the 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity they need each day.
The Finding Dory inspired swim sessions, which are co-created with the ASA and run from 22 July until 4 September, will provide an hour of in-water storytelling for the whole family, teaching children key swimming skills as they are taken on a journey with Dory and friends, led by trained instructors.
These interactive family swim sessions will be taking place at The Link Centre in Swindon. For further information or to book, visit www.disney.co.uk/justkeepmoving
For more '10 Minute Shake Up' sessions from change4life and Disney, based on all your Disney favourites, please visit the 10 Minute Shake Up website
Scrapstore Project Reboot Needs Donations
The Swindon Scrapstore Reboot project is in desperate needs for donations of old computers and laptops, with the demand for the service far exceeding the number of refurbished computers and laptops they have in stock.
The project takes your old computers and laptops and refurbish them before selling them on to local people. All hard drives are removed and destroyed securely. With all unused computer parts being recycled using a local recycling charity.
So if you have an old computer or laptop that you no longer use please get in touch with Project Reboot.
Fundraising Regulator Will Refer Cases to Charity Commission
The Fundraising Regulator sets and maintains the standards for charitable fundraising in the United Kingdom, ensuring that fundraising is respectful, open, honest and accountable to the public.
Charities that repeatedly fail to take action to address the Fundraising Regulator's rulings will now be referred to the Charity Commission, according to a memorandum of understanding between the two regulators.