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A new form of tennis, pioneered in Bristol, is helping people play the sport for longer and others recover from long-term health problems. Walking Tennis, a slower and low impact form of the game, was introduced across the city earlier this year and is one of the many free tennis activities on offer at venues …

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CHILDREN in St Agnes now have a safe place to shelter and meet up to join a walking bus to school. That is after a new pedestrian waiting shelter has been installed in St Agnes Parish Council’s Trelawny Road car park to encourage active travel in the village. The ‘Active Travel’ shelter provides a meeting place for …

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