Latest news & blogs

  • The King’s Fund and the Local Government Association have produced a set of infographics that describe key facts about the public health system and the return on investment for some public...
  • Amanda Bennett discusses the issues women face in reaching the top of industry and the upcoming breakfast meeting to help change that in sport. “Well behaved women seldom make history”....
  • Ofqual, the exams regulator, has opened a consultation looking at how a range of GCSEs and A/AS Levels, including dance, should be assessed from September 2016. This consultation sits alongside a...
  • The English Chess Federation has signed up to the Voluntary Code of Good Governance for the Sport and Recreation Sector. The Voluntary Code is a sport-specific framework for good governance practice...
  • The Active Training Awards 2014 are now open for entries. Delivered by ukactive and CIMSPA and sponsored by Active IQ, the awards celebrate exceptional performance, commitment in vocational training...

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  • As a nation we love to get outdoors. Whereas some of us seek peace and quiet, others want a hit of...
  • On 1 April 2013 the statutory healthcare reforms outlined in the Health and Social Care Bill came...

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Upcoming Events

Throughout the year The Sport & Recreation Alliance holds a number of events, ranging from our annual general meeting to our annual conference.

Partners

The Sport and Recreation Partners scheme puts our members in touch with a wide range of approved suppliers who have a track record in the sector.

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Guidance

The Sport and Recreation Alliance produces guidance on everything from the Government's spending plans to how to recruit a board of directors. Visit our guidance for sport and recreation pages.