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PUBLISHED: 15:22 05 June 2008 | UPDATED: 13:16 24 August 2010

School gym is opened Pupils hit the treadmill after their school opened up a brand new gym. Kilburn Park School Foundation, Malvern Road, converted a former computer room into a gym – that the pupils call Stripes - with the latest fitn

School gym is opened

Pupils hit the treadmill after their school opened up a brand new gym.

Kilburn Park School Foundation, Malvern Road, converted a former computer room

into a gym - that the pupils call 'Stripes' - with the latest fitness equipment including treadmills, rowing machines and stationary bikes.

The school also provides a venue for a range of exercise classes, ranging from aerobics to yoga, which all pupils are encouraged to join.

For the full story see next weeks Times.

Sponsor search by football team

A top football team is looking for new coaches and sponsors to help them go one step further.

Sport London e Benfica, based in Harrow Road, is now looking for top quality coaches and generous sponsors to help them improve on their position which saw all four teams finish in the top five of their age group of the Camden and Regents Park Youth League.

For more information or to help with sponsorship contact Coreen Brown on 07725787098 or email coreenb_1@yahoo.co.uk

Details can also be found on the website at www.sportlondonebenfica.co.uk.

Training for housing staff

Housing staff are being re-trained on how to deal with unemployed and homeless people's accommodation issues.

Brent is one of six boroughs signed up to the West London Housing Employment Link Project (HELP), with the aim of getting people into work and secure lodgings.

For information call Billy Seago on 020 8825 5142 or e-mail seagob@ealing.gov.uk


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