Cheaper sports facilities in Bristol for the youth
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We have noticed that the sports facilities in Bristol are quite expensive, especially for the youth who do not have a regular income. By lowering the prices or giving one day in the week where the facilities are free, would mean the facilities would be more accessible to more people. This would then allow a healthier generation of youths and would later impact on the national health service, putting less pressure on their services.
With more youths using sports facilities from a younger age and training regularly, it could have a large impact on their general mental health. This would improve their quality of life and lower anxiety levels. It has been proven that exercising helps 29% of high school students relieve stress for exams. This percentage could be increased massively if more students have the sports facilities easily and cheaply accessible.
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