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England Netball has published its new Disability Strategy, in which it outlines plans to increase participation numbers among deaf and disabled women and girls. The ... More
Almost half of children and young people (46.8 per cent) in England are doing the recommended average of 60 or more minutes of physical activity ... More
Sport England has published an update on its digital strategy, in which the grassroots organisation offers insight into its handling of Spogo, a now defunct ... More
Sport England has revealed details of a new £250,000 fund, aimed at helping disabled people to become more active. The "Parasport, powered by Toyota" programme ... More
A new player pathway resource has been launched to remove the barriers standing in the way for people with a limb impairment who want to ... More
The government has set out plans for every patient in the country to have access to sport and leisure activities through social prescribing on the ... More
EMD UK
EMD UK
Hitting the gym, swimming and cycling are the activities people with visual impairments most want to get involved in, according to a new impact report ... More
The number of UK adults classed as physically active has increased by 1 million in the past four years. Latest figures from Sport England's Active ... More
Around 5,000 people from low socio-economic groups have been encouraged to become more physically active during the first year of The Tackling Inactivity and Economic ... More
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is embracing augmented reality (AR) to help keep those involved in sport safe. A new nationwide safeguarding campaign, called Safe ... More
Olympic champion Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill will add a bit of stardust to this year's ukactive Summit. Ennis-Hill will attend the Summit and take part in ... More
Sports and culture secretary Nicky Morgan has appointed three members to the board of grassroots agency Sport England. Azeem Akhtar, chief technology officer at BT ... More
Alliance Leisure
Alliance Leisure
Two new synthetic grass football pitches have opened in Lincoln as part of a £1.8m investment in the city's sports facilities. The new pitches, at ... More
A new campaign is promoting the benefits that swimming can offer to people struggling with mental health issues. The Get Set to Go initiative – ... More
Parents of talented athletes are forking out more than £7,000 a year to ensure their children have the opportunity to excel in their chosen sports. ... More
First, the good news. Women now account for 40 per cent of board members across Sport England and UK Sport-funded sports bodies. Then the bad. ... More
Disability organisation Purple has claimed that health club operators and gyms are losing "millions of pounds of revenue" every year by "turning their backs on ... More
An interactive toolkit has been launched to help schools in England reframe competition in school sports. Developed by children's charity Youth Sport Trust (YST), the ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
A new directory of group fitness classes – claimed to be the largest of its kind – aims to make it easier for people to ... More
A charity offering a range of inclusive sport and physical activities for people with complex disabilities has secured a £1.3m grant from Sport England. The ... More
A major new national campaign is aiming to get people living with long-term health conditions more physically active. "We Are Undefeatable" will target the estimated ... More
A new campaign will use football to help people with mental health problems get more physically active and improve their mental wellbeing. Nine English Football ... More
Disabled people should be offered more opportunities to play sport alongside non-disabled people. That is the finding of a report based on a two-year research ... More
Youth Sport Trust (YST) has set out to protect the mental health of young talented athletes by educating and preparing them for the rigours of ... More
An £8.5m leisure centre has opened its doors to the public in Birmingham. The Ladywood Leisure Centre will be operated by Birmingham Community Leisure Trust ... More
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