Latest news & blogs

  • The Sport and Recreation Alliance’s conference session at the European Sports Development Network Conference (ESDN) 2014 is now available to view online. ESDN 2014 was hosted earlier this month...
  • Patrick Coyne discusses how workplace policies can determine people's health and why it makes a compelling business case to keep employees healthy. Occasionally after a hard day at work American poet...
  • The Outdoor Industries Association (OIA) and Go Outdoors are conducting a survey to find out how and why people participate in outdoor recreation, as well as the reasons behind why others don't. The...
  • sports coach UK and Sport England have launched a consultation survey on a draft Coaching Plan for England. The Coaching Plan for England will set out the future direction for coaching policy and...
  • The National Institution for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has launched a consultation on workplace policy and management practices to improve the health and wellbeing of employees. NICE...

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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.

  • TMG CRB offer a variety of online criminal record disclosure checking options (enhanced, standard and basic) and provide specialist advice and...

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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.