What a year 2020 was... especially if you had any direct reports to manage!
A massive thank you to all the volunteers that have kept activities going over the last 12 months. Your efforts mea… https://t.co/Ier6OH8KBiPOSTED ON 19 April
RT @Sport_England: Got an idea that would help tackle inequalities & help more people to be more active? @DesignCouncil would love to hear about it.POSTED ON 19 April
Check out the #ActiveRecovery hub. Lots of brilliant resources to help schools, local authorities and families to g… https://t.co/4yCcgcJeAOPOSTED ON 19 April
Virtual physical activity support launches in Glemsford to reconnect local residents
Together, Leicester-Shire and Rutland Sport, along with 9 Local Authority partner teams have raised £2400 for FareShare Midlands.
The Department for Education has today announced an investment of £10.1 million of funding to enable schools to open their sports facilities outside of school hours, to be distributed through Active Partnerships working with Sport England.
Active Dorset are delighted that their partnership working within the Dorset health sector has been recognised and featured as a case study in the newly released Sport England Strategy - Uniting the Movement
218 delegates attended the first event with cross sector representation including local authorities, Age UK, NHS, Care Homes, Leisure Trusts and various voluntary and community sector partners. It aimed to raise awareness of this initiative and to promote partnership working.