Measuring up: How the UK is performing on the Sustainable Development Goals
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The 2022 Cheltenham Festival is now only a whisker away as we bring you the latest free bets to pick up from the UK bookmakers.
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There are numerous Cheltenham betting offers to take advantage of in the run up to the 2022 Festival and also on the day of the Festival itself.
Most bookmakers release special offers, free bets or price boosts on certain days at the Festival. You can also take advantage of price boosts on horses or money back if your horse fails to win the race.
How to get the best Cheltenham Betting Offers
The best way to pick up a decent Cheltenham betting offer from a bookmaker is to sign up to their social media channels or check back to the bookmaker website on the day of the race you want to bet on.
There are frequent price boosts or free bet offers released on the morning of a particular Cheltenham day, so this is the best chance for you to pick up a decent Cheltenham betting offer.
How can I sign up at an online bookmaker to bet on Cheltenham?
Signing up to a bookmaker for Cheltenham is a relatively easy process.
Find the free bet you require from a particular Cheltenham bookmaker and read the terms and conditions for that free bet.
Once you are satisfied that the free bet is what you are after go through the stages of signing up, entering your details. Once your address is confirmed you will be asked to enter bank account details and make an initial deposit.
UKSSD’s report ‘Measuring up’ shows how the UK is performing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the first time. And while there’s an enormous amount to celebrate at the Cheltenham Festival, the most vulnerable people and places in our society are increasingly being left behind.
By 2020 Measuring up had been downloaded more than 12,000 times, featured in the media and in numerous debates and discussions, including in Parliament.
Out of 143 relevant targets, UKSSD found that the UK is performing well on 24% (green), with 57% where there are gaps in policy coverage or performance is not adequate (amber), and 15% where there is little or no policy in place to address the target or the performance is poor (red).
Measuring up: How the UK is performing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals
To download the technical research please access our dropbox folder.
On launching the report, UKSSD called for leadership from the Government supported by cross-sector action from businesses, charities and people to ensure the UK achieves the SDGs as quickly as possible.