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Reflections on Active Partnerships two day collaborative leadership convention
The growth is simply due to more and more people recognising that this set up may just work for them in their community.
Working in collaboration to drive disability and inclusion sport and physical activity across the county was the main focus at the Sussex Disability Sports Network 2019.
The vision of the network is to make active lifestyles the social norm for everyone and our role is to work in partnership to create the conditions for this in every locality.
The Sports Partnership Herefordshire & Worcestershire is delighted to launch the CALM Pledge, developed in partnership with the Worcestershire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service.