Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and Olympian Matty Lee encourage Londoners to exercise

The former Paralympic wheelchair racer Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson says Londoners should feel confident to go back to the gym, amid fears that many people are remaining inactive over covid safety concerns.

She joined the Minister for Tourism and Sport, Nigel Huddleston and Olympic Diver Matty Lee at a gym in Covent Garden for National Fitness Day in a bid to get more people active.

Tanya Francis 22nd September 2021


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