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More Leisure Community Trust and its managing agent Serco Leisure have been awarded a 10-year contract to operate Stoke Mandeville Stadium. The pair will take ... More
Construction work has begun on a new leisure centre in Stone, Staffordshire, as part of a £10m investment in the town’s leisure facilities. The centre ... More
Sport England has announced new funding for community groups which help people on low incomes become more physically active. A total of 26 projects have ... More
TV journalist and presenter Dr Michael Mosley has been announced as a keynote speaker for this year’s inaugural Elevate Conference in London. Mosley, who presents ... More
Two leading authorities from the world of sport have had their say on the state of play in the UK, by suggesting a rethink of ... More
A progress report on the government’s Sporting Future strategy has been overshadowed by the omission of more than £300m in cuts to a programme for ... More
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Sports minister Tracey Crouch has described the government’s strategy for sport as making “good progress” since its introduction in December 2015. Crouch published the second ... More
Leaders from the sport, fitness and technology sectors have unveiled a dynamic collaboration to stimulate growth for digital startups that help people get active. Three ... More
Designs for a world-class aquatics centre have kicked off the race to get Birmingham ready for the Commonwealth Games in 2022. Existing sports facilities played ... More
Community sports leaders continue to face a shortage of funding and support, according to findings from a new survey. Research by sports charity Sported and ... More
The Football Association has revealed a raft of major reforms, including a rule to interview at least one applicant from a black, Asian and minority ... More
Matt Hancock has been appointed secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport in Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle. Hancock takes over from Karen Bradley, ... More
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Elite sports centres Lilleshall, Bisham Abbey and the National Water Sports Centre have announced plans to rollout mental health training to all managers. The training ... More
More women and independent voices in the boardroom have seen 55 of the UK’s national sports bodies pass the first test posed by the sector’s ... More
Life satisfaction and happiness are higher for people who are physically active, while levels of anxiety are lower, a survey has shown. Analysis by the ... More
A grassroots football initiative is heading to Liverpool after its debut in Sheffield attracted more than 34,000 people in its first year. The Football Association’s ... More
Cate Atwater, the newly appointed chief executive of Sporta – the national association which represents leisure and cultural trusts – has admitted her members face ... More
Twelve areas across England will take part in a groundbreaking pilot to reach physically inactive communities. The public body Sport England will allocate £100m in ... More
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Paralympic gold medallist and BBC commentator Marc Woods has been named as chair of the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity ... More
Sport England has announced plans to invest £4.4m (US$5.87m, €4.92m) to recruit a new generation of volunteers who will benefit communities across the country. Thirty-two ... More
A £28m leisure centre is set to open tomorrow (28 November) in Eastleigh, bearing the name of operators Places for People. The new centre, Places ... More
Women-only swimming sessions could hold the key to improving numbers, according to an initiative by leisure centre operator Serco. The number of women taking part ... More
A third of fitness professionals are considering or have considered leaving the physical activity sector, an industry report is set to reveal. Lifetime Training and ... More
Seven new trustees have been appointed to the board of the Women’s Sport Trust (WST) as it increases efforts to secure more coverage and funding ... More
The RFU and Sport England will invest £10m to get 100,000 more women and girls playing rugby over the next four years, it has been ... More
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