Training unemployed people with disabilities to become fitness instructors

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Training unemployed people with disabilities to become fitness instructors

The Minister for Disability was in North West London to see first-hand how fitness can be used to encourage more disabled people get into sport.

Penny Mordaunt was at the Aspire Leisure Centre in Stanmore, which trains unemployed people with disabilities - to become fitness instructors.

She also met with stars of Great Britain's Wheelchair Rugby team.

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