April 19, 2024

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Credit Sunak for the Marinaki initiative

Credit Sunak for the Marinaki initiative

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has personally thanked bushranger Vangelis Marinakis for his contribution to the Nottinghamshire county. For his part, Vangelis Marinakis promised to do everything in his power to make the project a success.

the Nottingham Forest owner, Vangelis Marinakis I welcomed Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to the City Ground today to unveil a new county-wide community health initiative.

Forest, in partnership with E.ON, announced the pioneering 'New Vision for Sport' initiative to guests including Ben Bradley MP, Sir John Peace, Chairman of the Midlands Engine Company and Victoria Pickering, Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire.

The project includes a commitment to ensuring every adult and child in Nottinghamshire has free time and space to exercise for their health and wellbeing.

Vangelis Marinakis, Rishi Sunak

the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak He addressed guests to share his insight on the importance of physical activity for health and wellbeing, and paid tribute to the efforts of Nottingham Forest and the wider business and sporting community who are leading the way in improving health outcomes in the region.

The British Prime Minister's visit to Nottingham Forest included a private conversation with Vangelis Marinakis, in which he thanked the club owner for his great contribution to Nottinghamshire County.

Vangelis Marinakis, Rishi Sunak

Mr Marinakis then invited the British Prime Minister to the City Ground to enjoy some passing with the Forest first team players and Year 4 pupils from Caernarvon Primary School in Bingham.

A new vision for the sport, backed by early funding from club partners E.ON, aims to Transforming the health and wellbeing of Nottinghamshire residents And to transform the sporting landscape across the province by uniting the diverse sporting clubs in the region under one vision.

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Vangelis Marinakis, Rishi Sunak

The initiative supports public-private partnerships across Nottinghamshire, including professional and semi-professional sports clubs, local councils, higher education institutions and trade bodies.

It recognizes the central role of sports clubs in promoting greater equality, diversity and inclusion and promoting the benefits of an active lifestyle to improve health outcomes in the region.

Vangelis Marinakis, Rishi Sunak

Speaking at the event, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said: “I think Nottingham Forest and E.ON’s initiative to get everyone in Nottinghamshire – regardless of age – involved in sport for an hour a week is a fantastic campaign and a real example of the good a club can really do with the support of its community, it can do. Nottinghamshire will be a much better place.” Happiness and health thanks to this initiative.

“Indeed, bringing together all the sports clubs in Nottinghamshire to not only promote the sport, but to create a pathway into professional sport for children who have the talent and dedication is also a fantastic idea. This could accelerate Nottingham Forest’s return to the elite of European football again.” This initiative has my absolute and complete support.” The British Prime Minister confirmed.

Vangelis Marinakis, Rishi Sunak

Vangelis Marinakis, owner of Nottingham Forest, said: “This initiative to ensure that every child and adult in the region gets at least one hour of exercise every week is very important and we will put all our energy and effort into making sure that is possible. Whatever it takes to make this project a success, and whatever investment is required, I am personally committed to doing it.” “In this region. I am especially proud that we can contribute to a project that can change the future of our children and everyone in the region. I would like to thank the Prime Minister for his support and everyone who will contribute to the success of this project.”

Chief Forester Tom Cartledge said: “The Prime Minister’s involvement underscores the importance of this initiative in promoting physical and mental health in our region. We are delighted to have his support as we embark on this journey towards a better, healthier and more inclusive society across Nottinghamshire.”

The three-year initiative will focus on three main pillars:

The first pillar – sports for all: Encouraging all age groups to participate in physical activity for at least one hour per week, promoting a healthier lifestyle in Nottinghamshire.

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The second pillar – unity in sports: Bringing together semi-professional and professional clubs, from all sports, to work together to promote the sport, foster ambition and create career paths for young talent.

Pillar 3 – Improving Infrastructure: Conduct a comprehensive review of sports facilities with the aim of staging the Nottinghamshire Games across the county by the third anniversary of the scheme where people across the county can celebrate health, fitness and wellbeing through sport.