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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 ... Read more
Cate Atwater, the newly appointed chief executive of Sporta – the national association which represents leisure and cultural trusts – has admitted her members face ... Read 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 ... Read more
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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read more
Active IQ
Active IQ
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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read 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 ... Read more
Mental health providers should integrate personal training programmes into their patients’ treatment plans, a new study suggests. Researchers at Michigan State University and the University ... Read more
A research project by spinal injury charity Aspire and the University of Birmingham will help establish best practice for training and employing disabled people in ... Read more
MoveGB
MoveGB
The London Football Association (LFA) has moved towards a more representative board, with a third of its newly appointed members coming from black, Asian and ... Read more
A landmark programme by Mind and Sport England has reinforced the link between regular physical activity and better mental wellbeing. Mind launched the Get Set ... Read more
Leisure operators have joined a new scheme to give disabled people and those with long-term health conditions better access to physical activity opportunities. The initiative ... Read more
Fledgling fit-tech startups will have their products and services nurtured in the second round of ukactive’s ActiveLab programme. Now in its second year, the mentoring ... Read more
Girls are missing out on the benefits of physical activity due to mounting pressures, a study has revealed. Data released today (7 November) by the ... Read more
A landmark study of the wider social value of public leisure facilities in Britain has shown they contribute more than £3.3bn (US$4.3bn, €3.7bn) a year ... Read more
Leisure-Net Solutions
Leisure-Net Solutions
An £18m (US$23.5m, €20.7m) neighbourhood hub with a state-of-the-art leisure centre is being developed with a focus on being dementia-friendly. The 6,500sq m (70,000sq ft) ... Read more
Smaller sports organisations in Northern Ireland will be able to apply for pro bono legal advice using a new £150,000 fund from the UK’s major ... Read more
More than one million more men than women are taking up voluntary roles in sport and activity, according to a new survey. Over the past ... Read more
A Les Mills fitness instructor is helping widen the reach of the brand’s Born To Move programme by meeting the fitness needs of young people ... Read more
Sport England is investing £10m of National Lottery money into 20 projects across the country to reduce inactivity among over 55s. The funded organisations will ... Read more
Tove Okunniwa, the former head of marketing for BBC Sport, has been announced as the new chief executive of London Sport. The appointment follows the ... Read more
Sport England has injected £5m of National Lottery funding into 49 colleges to help get students active. The decision to expand the further education investment ... Read more
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