Why join the Sport and Recreation Alliance?

There are many benefits to being a member of the Sport and Recreation Alliance. In addition to being part of the umbrella body for sport and recreation in the UK which represents 320 members, you will also get:

Huge event discounts – you can attend any of the Alliance’s packed calendar of fantastic training workshops, seminars, conferences and networking events at a huge discount from non-member rates and similar events held elsewhere.

Free professional advice on a host of issues – free professional guidance via our business support helpline on everything from PAYE to health and safety and pro bono advice from our Legal Panel Framework partners.

Unbeatable work space deals – your membership entitles you to heavily discounted meeting space in central London (we don’t think you’ll find anywhere cheaper), as well as free desk space in our offices.

Access expert governance support for free – you have access to a wide spectrum of information, guidance material, support and best practice to help make running your organisation that little bit easier – many at no extra charge.

Be informed – we will keep you – as well as any number of your nominated staff – up to date with each day’s important sport and recreation news, as well as news of campaigns, events, research and relevant legislative changes as part of your package.

Work with trusted partners – access the Alliance’s carefully selected partners for exclusive deals available only to you.

Be part of something bigger – make your organisation’s voice heard in the sport and recreation sector by feeding into our policy work, getting involved in our divisional meetings or leading one of our groups.

Get campaign guidance – we can help you structure and implement a campaign, from drafting letters and identifying key contacts, to organising parliamentary meetings.

Find out how you can join us

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To receive the Sport and Recreation Alliance’s free daily sports news summary, a round-up of the day’s most interesting and informative news articles on sport and recreation, including links to original sources, email info@sportandrecreation.org.uk