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Having a 'head of wellness' at schools would get students and staff more active, health insurer Vitality suggest a guaranteed way to increase people's physical activity levels, The RFU reveals losses of £31m and Joanna Lumley says new Peter Pan attraction will provide a lift to a "forgotten corner of Scotland".

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30 Nov 2018

Latest Leisure Opportunities news round-up is now live!
BY Tom Walker



Having a 'head of wellness' at schools would get students and staff more active, health insurer Vitality suggest a guaranteed way to increase people's physical activity levels, The RFU reveals losses of £31m and Joanna Lumley says new Peter Pan attraction will provide a lift to a "forgotten corner of Scotland".

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