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In Salford just 34.4% of children and young people are achieving an average of 60 minutes of physical activity a day. This means that almost two thirds are not meeting Chief Medical Officer guidelines.
The latest Active Lives results published by Sport England shows that 70.2% of adults in Salford are active for at least 30 minutes a week, this equates to 145,000 adults moving. This is a decrease of 10,600 from 12 months ago.
British Wrestling, the national governing body for wrestling in the UK, is seeking to appoint a Business Manager to develop and improve existing systems to raise standards across all areas of our business.
Overall there are more adults moving in Salford, an increase of 14,100 adults since 2015-16. Whilst those achieving 150 minutes a week has increased by 6,800 adults (+2.2%), those who are fairly active has increased by 7,600 adults (+3.4%).
In Salford 56.4% of children and young people are not achieving an average of 60 active minutes per day, which means that only 4 in 10 are doing enough activity to stay healthy.
75.6% of adults in Salford are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 153,400 adults. This is a significant improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 6.7% and 17,900 adults.