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  • The opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics was three years ago today. Our CEO, Emma Boggis, casts her mind back to that day and wonders what Olympic legacies it helped to kick-start for people...
  • National sports charity, StreetGames, today announced that it’s leading an industry consortium to develop a new community sport apprenticeship as part of the Government’s Trailblazer...
  • A new participation campaign created by the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) and National Disability Sport Organisations (NDSOs) is encouraging more disabled people to find out and play...
  • In the first of a new regular series of guest blogs, Nicola Newman; Non-Executive Director at British Shooting and Director of Communications and Education at UK Anti-Doping; writes about her...
  • Ahead of National Paralympic Day, which falls on 26 July, Alliance CEO, Emma Boggis talks about the impact of the day and how you can get involved in national and regional events. One of the legacies...

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