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Sports participation plateaus in England post 2012 games

The number of people in England participating in at least 30 minutes of sport a week is starting to tail off following the initial surge of sporting interest induced by the 2012 Olympics. 92 more words

Community And Clubs


A Super sporting week:
Worthing College had a strong representation at the AoC South East Championships in Badminton, Tennis singles, Rugby and Netball, and Worthing continued to show their sporting prowess in the remaining regional events last week. 314 more words


Scatcherd Park Bowling Club awarded £47,071 of funding

Scatcherd Park Bowling Club is among 148 local sports projects to secure a share of £10 million of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Inspired Facilities fund.  527 more words

This Girl Certainly Can

Sport England are introducing what they describe as a ‘ground-breaking new campaign.’ A celebration of women getting active which they are calling This Girl Can. 616 more words

Mummy Musings

Boxing chief slams 'sexist' rivals

The president of Islington Boxing Club has slated his London counterparts for not allowing women to join their clubs.

Lenny Hagland has overseen a 900 per cent increase in competitive female boxers at his club over the past two years, but is distraught to see a lack of progress in other parts of London. 286 more words

Community And Clubs

This Girl Can campaign launched by Sport England

This Girl Can is a sassy celebration of active women everywhere and proves that whatever our size, ability or previous experience, sport can be a fun and enjoyable part of our lives. 68 more words

Resources, what's the deal? The negatives

Consider this:

Between 2003 and 2010 the Welsh Assembly Government invested £1,727,628 of taxpayers money into Glamorgan Cricket club and a further £1,529,025 into the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU). 399 more words