Sport & Recreation Alliance Blogs

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In the run up to International Women’s Day 2015 (Sunday 8 March), Governance Officer, Rob Tate, looks forward to our Involvement in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s Women on Sports’ Boards...
Jane Ashworth OBE, CEO of StreetGames, blogs about the future wants of young people, both from sport and from life.
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In his latest blog, Communications Officer, David Callan talks about his experience at the 52nd Torch Trophy Trust awards and the spirit of volunteering.
In a guest blog from Diabetes UK, Clinical Advisor, Douglas Twenefour discusses the importance of physical activity for those suffering from diabetes, he offers some tips to reduce your risk of developing Type 2...
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Following the launch of our Ministers' To-Do List we did a quick Q&A with James Allen, Head of Policy at the Sport and Recreation Alliance, on the reasons behind the 'asks'.
Abby Wright-Parkes, owner of Optimist Consulting, is a membership development and marketing consultant. She has written a free guide for SRA members on membership growth and development.
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In her latest blog, Alliance CEO Emma Boggis gives her thoughts on the Youth Sport Trust's, Class of 2035 campaign. 
Richard Norman, CEO of Sports Leaders UK, blogs about their campaign to inspire the next generation of leaders through sport. I recently took over as Chief Executive of Sports Leaders UK. Many of you are probably...
Phil Chamberlain, Policy and Communications Director at the Youth Sport Trust, explains the groundbreaking launch of the ‘Class of 2035’. This week, at our 2015 Conference in Telford, the Youth Sport Trust...
Next week marks the launch of Sport England’s exciting new club development offer, Club Matters, on 12 February. This week’s guest bloggers from the Club Matters team tell us what’s in store.

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