Episode 29 - Millie Clode

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17 October 2012, 10:48

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Millie Clode presents episode 29 of UK360 – the programme that gives a voice to local communities across the UK. Every week, UK360 showcases inspiring stories from the streets and covers the local issues that matter to you.

Special report: Sporting Chance?
UK360 reporter Laoisa Hayes investigates the real Olympic legacy for Londoners and asks if children in the capital are being given a sporting chance? Remember if you want to be a UK360 reporter, like Laoise, and share your local community story with the nation, get in touch at UK360@communitychannel.org and we can make it happen!

Leeds University Union: Mental Health
Mental Health has always been something of a taboo subject in the UK, but did you know that 1 in 4 of us will experience mental health problems at some point in our lives? With World Mental Health Day just around the corner, we hear from students at Leeds University who want to share their experiences of mental illness in the hope they can reduce the stigma surrounding the subject. A huge thanks to the team at Leeds University Union and the Mind Matters society who contributed towards the making of that film. If you want some advice or support on mental heatlh issues, visit: http://www.mind.org.uk

StreetGames, Riaz Jay
Since 2007, sports charity StreetGames has aimed to change lives for the better by giving children in disadvantaged communities a chance to discover their hidden sporting talents, whilst having fun! UK360 reporter Riaz Jay, went to see the scheme in action. If you want to get involved in an upcoming event visit: http://www.streetgames.org

Get Online Week
This year, Get Online Week is taking place from the 15-21 October. Events will be held at 1,500 locations throughout the UK, giving people the chance to find help to do more online — whatever their level of skill or confidence. If you or someone you know have never used a computer or the internet before and would like more information, visit: http://www.ukonlinecentres.com for more information.

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