Peppa Pig partners with Places for People Leisure

This month, six of our leisure centres will be launching a new Peppa Pig branded physical activity programme designed specifically for two to four year olds. The six week programme, Move with Peppa, has been created to build young children’s motivation, physical confidence, coordination and balance.

 

We have a strong commitment to providing a range of activities for children to enjoy physical exercise and are delighted to be working with tumuv to pioneer the new programme. The roll out sites include Tolworth Recreation Centre, The Dolphin, Elmbridge Xcel Leisure Complex, Arena Leisure Centre, West Bromwich Leisure Centre and Wycombe Sports Centre. A range of fun activities, a ‘Peppa Steppa’ exercise routine and Awards Scheme will be offered across the six centres.

 

Our staff are fully trained and licenced to deliver the 45 minute, progressive, activity sessions across a six week period to inspire and engage both parent and child.

 

Founder of tumuv, Holly Woodford says: “Despite the rising level of inactivity in under-fives there is a surprisingly limited amount of physical activity provision for this age group.   We wanted to create a programme that would excite and inspire young children as they experience physical exercise for the first time. Children across the country have fallen in love with Peppa Pig through their TV screens so how better to inspire younger generations to be active than through Peppa themed exercises. We are very excited to be working with our exclusive launch partner, Places for People Leisure.”

 

tumuv partnered with Peppa Pig creator, Entertainment One in 2014. Places for People Leisure will deliver its brand new Move with Peppa programme from January 2015 with 30 leisure centres offering the programme by April 2015. For more information, visit www.movewithpeppa.com

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