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A series of short films have been released to help encourage more disabled people in Northamptonshire to get active. The films which are part of a project entitled ‘See Active Be Active’ have been created by Screen Northants in partnership with Northamptonshire Sport and Northamptonshire Federation of Disability Sport. Funded by grants obtained from Northampton Borough Council, Tesco’s/Groundworks Bags of Help and Local Giving.
Active Partnerships have supported the new updated template to support schools with the reporting of their Primary PE & Sport Premium funding.
A campaign celebrating women in the sport and physical activity workforce, which also aims to inspire more women to join it, is in the throes of its exciting 2019 Northern Tour
In June 2019 Active Partnerships were delighted to form a partnership with Weightmans LLP as part of their commitment to support good causes through their Corporate Social Responsibility programme.
In 2016, over 55% of the LGBT+ community was not active enough to maintain good health.1 Energise Me want to understand why and improve their experiences. Through our survey, we’ll explore the impact the physical activity and sport workforce has on LGBT+ participation.
This week, Northamptonshire Sport, the county’s Active Partnership, officially endorsed two of the University’s most popular sport degrees in Sport Development and Physical Education and Sport Coaching.