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A new museum dedicated to 200 years of boating history at the Lake District National Park and Unesco World Heritage Site in the north of ... More
active-net is supporting the work of blood cancer charity, DKMS, by encouraging greater awareness of stem cell donation within the BAME community as part of ... More
The first ever Community Leisure UK Awards will be held at The Lowry hotel in Manchester on 22 May 2019. Previously run under the Sporta ... More
The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh has completed the final phase of an £80m (US$103.5m, €91.3m) transformation, leading to what it says is the ... More
Managing memberships and admin can be time and resource intensive taking your staff away from what they do best – engaging with customers. Compromising customer ... More
CPP Group UK, a global supplier of financial assistance products, has partnered with DeCyber, a cyber security specialist, to create a suite of products for ... More
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Miha Bodytec GmbH
A campaign has been launched to raise awareness of the way leisure trusts operate – including their ethos on protecting services and serving local communities. ... More
Sporta, the body representing charitable leisure trusts across the UK, has rebranded as Community Leisure UK as part of efforts to "tackle a false perception ... More
Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock has published a new technology masterplan for the National Health Service (NHS), designed to transform it into the ... More
A programme designed to help get more young people to train as sports coaches has received nearly £1m of National Lottery funding from Sport England. ... More
An inclusive multi-sports centre has opened at the St Andrew’s School in Pangbourne, Berkshire. Developed in consultation with disability sports charity SportsAble, the £4m facility ... More
Alive Leisure is a charitable company, commissioned in 2014 by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, to manage sport and culture facilities ... More
MyZone Group Ltd
MyZone Group Ltd
A new research report into the work of Sportscotland has found that participation programmes supported by the agency are having "a life-changing effect" on those ... More
Westminster Abbey today (29 May) officially unveiled The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries for the first time, ahead of the museum’s public opening on 11 June. ... More
Active Northumberland has appointed Mark Tweedie – former chief executive of Active Tameside – as its new CEO. The charitable trust, which manages leisure services ... More
The Royal Academy of Arts (RA) will open its new campus, designed by David Chipperfield, to the public on Saturday (19 May). To celebrate its ... More
The House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence has published a report calling for the Law Commission to establish new laws surrounding advancements in ... More
Everybody Sport & Recreation will transform an underutilised space at a leisure centre into a Speedflex Studio, adding a HIIT element to its community fitness ... More
TVS Sport Surfaces
TVS Sport Surfaces
London is set to benefit from an additional 100 qualified, female football coaches, as part of a strategy to encourage more women and girls to ... More
Acclaimed Japanese architect Sejima Kazuyo has been appointed the newest member of the Pritzker Prize Jury, tasked with selecting the next winner of architecture’s most ... More
Data and the use of technology to enhance participation will be the theme of active-net 2018. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn from sector ... More
Theresa May has appointed minister for sport and civil society Tracey Crouch to a newly created position as minister for loneliness. The move comes as ... More
Community sports organisations have urged the government to introduce an independent ombudsman to help them improve safety, according to a report from the Sports Think ... More
New research covering the condition of arts and culture provision has recorded a 68 per cent rise in individual giving in England since 2015. Published ... 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
HID Global
HID Global