Sport & Recreation Alliance Blogs

Women's Sport Trust Trustee and Founder of Promote PR, Sue Anstiss, blogs about the Trust's upcoming #BeAGameChangerAwards, celebrating women in sport and encouraging the media spotlight to be shone brighter on women's...
Paul Philpott, President and CEO of Kia Motors (UK), reveals the thinking behind a ground-breaking deal for women's cricket and why he believes: “There’s no reason women’s sport should be on a...
Ahead of the Alliance's workshop; Using Social Networks to Boost Your Membership Performance, Rik Courtney, MemNet Associate for Social Networks, explains why it's no longer acceptable to ignore social media engagement...
As the dust settles on the release of the Government’s new sport strategy, Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation, Phil Chamberlain, Director of External Relations at the Youth Sport Trust, explores...
Kate Ellis, Information Officer at the British Heart Foundation National Centre, blogs about the BHF's early years manifesto.
As part of our "Social Value of Sport" month, we had a chat with Ansell Chezan, Director at UKA Dance, to ask him about the social value of dance and the benefits it bestows upon participants. You can...
Julia Williams, Bristol Programmes Manager, blogs about why Access Sport signed-up to the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation and what action it's taking in this area. Why did you sign-up to the Mental Health...
We caught up with Barry Horne, Chief Executive of the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS), following the announcement that the EFDS-led consortium has secured £4.5 million of funding as part of the...
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Rob Tate considers calls for independent regulatory oversight of international sport in the wake of the recent tennis match fixing claims.
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Robert Gill, Policy Support Officer, introduces our first Fit for the Future themed month, on the social value of sport.

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