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Did You Know – Oct 2016

Parents in sport: Helping you to achieve positive relationships with parents and carers. A5 leaflet for coaches. Child Protection in Sport Unit, NSPCC This leaflet for coaches aims to help…

Table Tennis England- Congratulations to Club Volunteers of the Year!

Dozens of dedicated volunteers have been recognised by their clubs as part of the Pride of Table Tennis Awards. The Club Volunteer of the Year Award allows clubs to recognise…

New report shows more to do to reduce disabled people’s inactivity

Four in five disabled people want to be more active but demand is not being met. Only two in five feel they are given the opportunity to be as active…

Active Lives Survey – Children’s activity levels on the rise

Almost half of children in England now take part in an average of 60 minutes of physical activity a day – up 3.6% from last year. The rise is…

Baseball/Softball UK- Ideas and inspiration at the 2018 BSUK Coach Summit

BaseballSoftballUK’s third annual Coach Summit, held on Saturday 27 January at the Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre in Milton Keynes, was by general agreement the best one yet,…

English Federation of Disability Sport- Make volunteering in sport more appealing for disabled people

New research released on International Volunteer Day (5 December) will enable providers to improve their volunteering opportunities, especially for disabled people. The report, ‘Encouraging disabled people to volunteer in sport’,…

Bowls

  Bowls Development Alliance The Bowls Development Alliance is an umbrella organisation for the sport of bowls, designed to bring together partners who work in partnership to both GROW…

Making volunteering in sport more appealing for disabled people

New research released on International Volunteer Day (5 December) will enable providers to improve their volunteering opportunities, especially for disabled people. The report, ‘Encouraging disabled people to volunteer in sport’,…

New research calls for better opportunities for young disabled people to prevent later life inactivity

New research released today (Wednesday 9 December 2015) highlights a clear need to engage disabled people in sport and physical activity at a young age. Active Beyond Education? was produced…

Netball for All

Netball From losing weight, developing the body’s cardiovascular system and improving muscle tone, taking part in Back to Netball is great for you in so many ways. Back to Netball…