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Spectators young and old celebrate the Netball competition at the European Sports Festival 2019.

During a weekend filled with sunshine, smiles, and sports at the University of Nottingham, thousands of members of the Jamat from 15 countries joined together in a celebration of diversity, service, and health and wellbeing at the European Sports Festival 2019.

A penalty shootout takes place during the football competition at the European Sports Festival 2019.

The European Sports Festival took place between 19-21 April 2019, at which over 1600 participants competed across more than 40 sporting categories. Hundreds of volunteers from across the UK and Europe also came together to serve across a number of areas.

i-CERV and the Ismail Volunteer Corps partnered with The Salvation Army to prepare gift bags for the homeless and vulnerable people in Nottingham.

At the European Sports Festival 2019, hundreds of volunteers from across the UK and Europe came together to serve across a number of areas, from sport management and daytime activities, to evening entertainment, and more. Thank you to all volunteers who offered their time and skills across the weekend, and who made the Sports Festival a memorable success.

Participants congratulate each other at the Netball competition during the European Sports Festival 2019.

Thousands of members of the Jamats of the United Kingdom, France, and Portugal jurisdictions came together at the University of Nottingham to Meet, Compete and Unite at the European Sports Festival 2019. Participants, spectators, and volunteers took part in a range of sports, daytime activities, and entertainment events spread across the Easter weekend.

Mental health is strongly linked to socioeconomic conditions; job security and steady incomes predict good mental health, while unemployment, debt and poor housing are significant contributors to poor mental health.

Positive mental health allows an individual to cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and contribute to their community and family. But changes in socioeconomic conditions can impact mental wellbeing. In times of economic difficulty, it is particularly important to maintain and improve our mental health and lifestyles.

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