To support parkrun and improve public health.
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1. Covid-19: Restrictions on Gyms and Sport
23/11/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: parliamentary group on parkrun and I have seen at first hand the impact that parkrun can have on deprived - Speech Link
2. Organised Sporting Events: Charges
11/05/2016 - Westminster Hall
1: Gifford parish council in my constituency and Parkrun Ltd. It has now developed into a much bigger issue - Speech Link
2: does he also agree that sport and, in particular, Parkrun have a really important role to play in bringing - Speech Link
3: in my opening remarks, I appreciate fully what Parkrun does and is trying to achieve, and the benefits - Speech Link
3. NHS 70th Anniversary
16/05/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: Dame Kelly Holmes teamed up with the NHS and parkrun last weekend to encourage people to “take care - Speech Link
2: those involved in parkrun. Will he join me in congratulating the volunteers who make parkrun possible in his - Speech Link
3: Friend for supporting parkrun. Perhaps we should have a south Wales eastern region parkrun championship at - Speech Link
4. Prisoners: Outdoors Endurance Activities
31/01/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: Northern Ireland to take part in what was called the “parkrun behind bars”. I saw it on the TV news a few weeks - Speech Link
5. Business of the House
20/05/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: I could take the right hon. Gentleman for a parkrun. Surely there is a pent-up runner lurking in there - Speech Link
2: goods and food and so on for consumers.On parkrun, I am not quite sure I see myself in running kit - Speech Link
3: all-party group on parkrun. I bet every MP in this House has a successful community parkrun. We know that - Speech Link
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