Presented by Chuck Corbishley. Exploring religion and physical activity in Beeston. Do the Sikhs, Christians and Muslims want to engage with \'Leeds Lets Get Active\'?. This presentation will explore…. Attitudes towards physical activity. Current level of physical & sporting activity.
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Do the Sikhs, Christians and Muslims want to engage with \'Leeds Lets Get Active\'?
Attitudes towards physical activity.
Current level of physical & sporting activity.
Willingness to associate with LLGA.
Suggestions for future.
*St Luke\'s Church, Holbeck
*Seventh-day Adventist Church on Meanwood Road
*Artists impression of new mosque on Hardy Street
These two religiously unaffiliated centres provide support for people of all races and religions. They reaffirmed the views of the Islamic and Sikh communities.
Located on Stratford Street.
Located on Tempest Road.
*Ramgarhia Sports Centre on Chapeltown Road
New ideas from research
Building on current work
to associate with LLGA.
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Leeds City Council. (2013). Leeds Let\'s Get Active (online). Available at: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/sports/Pages/Leeds-Lets-Get-Active (Accessed 1 April 2014).
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Prideaux, Melanie Jane. (2008). Faiths together? Muslim-Christian co-working on a publicly funded project in Beeston Hill, South Leeds. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.
Waines, David. (2003). An Introduction to Islam, p63. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.