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It was all fun in London

Yesterday I headed to London to run a LazyTown Sports Club activity at a School and Church May Fair prior to Sportacus’ arrival.

The children had lots of fun and lots of Sports Candy was eaten.

We were in the process of jumping around when 3 large US military helicopters flew over, blocking our music  with the loud noise from the helicopters. Was that President Obama in the Helicopter as he is visiting the UK ? If so he should have stopped off to join in the fun 🙂

Sportacus* heads to London

Tomorrow I am off to meet lots of Children at St Peter’s Eaton Square School and Church May Fair, 119 Eaton Square, SW1W 9AL. I will be getting the children jumping around with the moves from The LazyTown Sports Club prior to Sportacus’* arrival. The children are in for a great treat with a special performance from Sportacus* and will be able to show him his special moves they have learnt prior to his arrival. This is a not to be missed event, so come on down, jump around with the LazyTown Sports Club powered by FitKid and Sportacus* and have fun at the May Fayre. I have heard there are some fantastic prizes in the raffle. To find out more about running a FitKid and LazyTown Sports Club franchise in your community, please contact me on nicky@fitkid.co.uk We are actively looking for new franchisees to assist us to encourage children to move more while having fun.

*Official actor approved by LazyTown

Magnus Scheving launches Go step Go

Did you see BBC Breakfast this morning as Magnus and Julianna were on the BBC Breakfast show this morning talking about the new LazyTown single – Go step Go.

The single is to assit LazyTown in their mission to move the world and I was excited to see another initative that will be very beneficial to children. The single links into the use of a pedometer.

Now how can I get my hands on one of those pedometers as I want to join in with the fun the children will have using them.

FitKid is assisting LazyTown on it’s mission to move the world by rolling out The LazyTown Sports Club, if you are passionate about helping children lead an active lifestyle, please email me at nicky@fitkid.co.uk

We are heading North and before you say it, I know most things are north from Poole

Wow what a day , FitKid heads North

I am very pleased to tell you that FitKid Scotland opened its official office on Monday August 2nd at Castle Business Park Stirling. Its central location in Stirling means its ideal to reach many places in Scotland. This is really going to help get more kids moving and active which is the key aim of FitKid. The team in Scotland are just as passionate as we are in Poole and this is such an amazing time for us all.

Mandy Beer the manager of FitKid Scotland is very excited to be able to open this office as it now means Scottish franchises  have a base for training  and to discuss the amazing opportunities for both FitKid and LazyTown in the area.

The classes have been a huge success since they launched in Scotland a year ago and continue to grow at a rapid pace. To find our more about becoming involved with our activities, please email enquiries@fitkid.co.uk or call 08700 85 1000.

Paultons Park visit for The LazyTown Sports Club Team

Jump, Hop and Skip it’s off to Paultons Park we go….. 

I’m now counting down the days to our visit to Paulton’s Park and I am very excited as Sportacus* will be coming to see the children learn his special LazyTown Sports Club moves.

The activities will take place at Paulton’s Park on Saturday 14th August 2010, we will  entertain the children and teach some special Sportacus superhero moves. Kids and parents will beable to join in the LazyTown pirate adventure, jump around to the Bing Bang, learn the Welcome to LazyTown action moves and receive a special health message from Sportacus.

 We are looking for dedicated and passionate people to assist us in getting more children active, if you would like to discuss this exciting business opportunity, please do contact us to discuss.

This is an event not to be missed, contact us to let us know you are coming, at enquiries@fitkid.co.uk or call 08700 85 1000 for more details or visit www.fitkid.co.uk / http://www.lazytown.com/sportsclub or www.paultonspark.co.uk

* Offical Actor

200 children meet Sportacus in Scotland

Surprise visit

Mandy called me on friday to tell me that she was going to run a special LazyTown Sports club session at Little Stars Nursery in Stirlingshire and that she had heard that Sportacus was to visit.

Nearly 200 children met Sportacus and they were all very excitied. The children had come dressed up for the special LazyTown Sports Club session and certainly looked amazing from the picture Mandy sent to me. The children even did a press up with Sportacus to attempt a new World record!

FitKid teams up with Julia’s House Project

I have decided to continue a family tradition that has been close to my family for many years now and that is in supporting Julia’s House, the children’s hospice in Poole, Dorset. Specifically we will be supporting their Pyjama Appeal which was launched this month to fund the charity’s new overnight care service.
In teaming up with Julia’s House, which offers support and respite to life-limited children and their families, I am encouraging schools to take part in fundraising events in their pyjamas or to dream up fundraising ideas with a night-time theme.  With great ideas such as dress-down days, pyjama parties and other sponsored challenges, my team will also be visiting selected schools to engage the children in fun fitness sessions and encourage them to go bananas in pyjamas.

There are many ways you can get involved and encourage your child’s school to get in their pyjamas!  As an incentive, top fundraising schools can have their very own LazyTown Sports Club Go Bananas in Pyjamas session. Hosted by the official LazyTown Sports Club Sportacus himself and the LazyTown Sports Club Team, the children will be asked to get sponsorship to wear their pyjamas and join in the session.  The session will include fun exercises and the children will be encouraged to have a banana, or Sports Candy, as fruit is known in LazyTown, before they get to school.  This will be a wonderful opportunity for the children and schools to be part of the appeal and support such a worthy cause.”

I really hope many schools and other venues, as well as individuals and families will back this project which is something very close to me due to the fact that my parents are and my grandparents were huge supporters of Julia’s House.