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Research Shows Planned Street Closures Help Children Get Active

Research Shows Planned Street Closures Help Children Get Active
New research from the University of Bristol shows that playing outside, aided by regular road closures, helps to increase children's physical activity.

The report confirms that temporary street closures help children to meet the daily target of 60 minutes moderate to vigorous physical activity set out in the government's obesity strategy.

The insights are based on the highly successful Street Play project, funded by the Department of Health, and delivered by Play England with partners Playing Out, London Play and the University of Bristol.
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