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A rowing club for 80-year-olds, a sailing project based in a canal in central London and a boxing club that has cut village crime are just a few of the 91 local schemes that are looking forward to making the most of a £6,039,499 million National Lottery funding boost. Projects from every region in the country are eagerly anticipating their share of the Sport England funding, which will go towards building up and maintaining sports clubs and groups that are helping people to stay active.

Dusit International recently hosted its annual Queen's Cup Golf Invitational in support of the Princess Sirindhorn Craniofacial Centre of the Thai Red Cross Society, the first and largest craniofacial centre in Southeast Asia. The event was held at the beautiful Riverdale Golf and Country Club in Bangkok on October 8th, with many of Dusit's clients and business associates taking part in the fun-filled, day-long charity event.

Eight-year-old Holly Packerfrom Birminghamhas proved that visual impairment is no barrier to achieving your goals after taking part at the UK’s biggest athletics event for blind children. Holly, who has albinism and means she has reduced vision, was one of 100 visually impaired youngsters who took part in this year’s Boots Opticians Actionnaires Athletics Day at the prestigious English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.