It is important that all communities have access to leisure facilities but clearly some parts have more choice than others.
What does A2L stand for?
A2L stands for Access to Leisure
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- According to John (band)
- Addicted to Jesus
- Access to Justice and Legal Needs (Law and Justice Foundation; Australia)
- Able to Know
- Access 2 Knowledge (Art and Heart In the Information Age)
- Access 2000 (Microsoft database application)
- Agency 2000 (State Farm Insurance)
- Access 2000 Macro Virus
- A2L Consulting (litigation; Alexandria, VA)
- Assessing to Learn
- American Association for Laboratory Accreditation
- Access to Media (advertising firm)
- Application to Machine
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- Alpha 2 Macroglobulin Receptor
- A Second Mario Thing (Super Mario Brothers)
- Africa 2000 Network
- Access to Opportunities (young women's support program; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It was understood that in other cases, like Arthur Terry School in Four Oaks, talks over maintaining community access to leisure centres had been more positive.
Committee member Kevin Wardle said it was important to give youngsters access to leisure facilities.
Providing access to leisure facilities, promoting sustainable transport and many other strands of council work play a huge role in creating a healthier capital.
The Vale of Glamorgan offers free access to leisure and sporting facilities for all serving military personnel and Flintshire councillors are currently considering proposals to make it easier for ex servicemen and women to get a council house.
The children's home will offer socio-educational support and training for children spending long periods of time at the hospital's paediatrics ward while ensuring a free and independent access to leisure activities and culture.
A new Warwickshire Carers' Strategy is being launched which will increase the number of respite breaks available to carers, offer carers more training and help them return to work, and improve their access to leisure facilities during the next three years.