Often the investment goes into the facility on its own with funders applying a ‘built it and they will come’ mentality and little thought is given to how the facility and its management are going to interact with its community. We need to give serious consideration to how our facilities can become more than ‘just places for community sport and physical activity’ and become real hubs for their communities.
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- Off to London to deliver Grow Your Club workshop for @LondonSport for community organisations in @camdentalking #MoreThanSport 4 days ago
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