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Encouraging enterprising coaches

The vast majority of employed and self-employed sports coaches and instructors engage with people who participate in sport for recreational purposes. These people want to enjoy themselves, have fun, improve their skills and be part of a welcoming social and … Continue reading

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Invincibles by name – Invincibles by nature

This is the title of the presentation that Ian Davis, Commercial Manager for Wellington College Enterprises will be giving at the conference Getting Older People Physically Active. The presentation will cover how a  00 strong group of 50+ men and … Continue reading

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Creating a lasting culture for getting older people physically active

This is the title of the presentation that Alison Morby MBE, Sport and Physical Activity Development Manager, Kirklees Council will be giving at the conference Getting Older People Physically Active. Alison’s presentation will focus on the Kirklees approach to planning … Continue reading

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Creating a lasting culture for getting older people physically active

This is the title of the presentation that Alison Morby MBE, Sport and Physical Activity Development Manager, Kirklees Council will be giving at the conference Getting Older People Physically Active.  Alison’s presentation will focus on the Kirklees approach to planning … Continue reading

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Walking Basketball – Mixed camaraderie, fitness and fun

This is the title of the presentation that Creon Raftopoulos, Head Coach, Walking Basketball Ltd will be giving at the conference Getting Older People Physically Active. Walking Basketball targets the 50+ age group to deliver a walking paced version of … Continue reading

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Chesterfield FC Senior Spireites – Raising Physical Activity Levels for Over 55s

This is the title of the presentation that Rachel Booth, Sport and Activity Manager, Chesterfield FC Community Trust will be giving at the conference Getting Older People Physically Active. Chesterfield FC Community Trust is a registered charity that works closely … Continue reading

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Active ageing – how to improve choices and experiences

This is the title of the presentation that Bob Laventure from the BHF National Centre for Physical Activity and Health will be giving at the conference Getting Older People Physically Active. This event takes place on 4th November at Chesterfield … Continue reading

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Swansea Tennis Centre Making your sports enterprise a success

Barry Cawte, General Manager, Swansea Tennis Centre One of eight presentations at Sustainable Community Sport – New Challenges, New Opportunities How community sports providers are meeting the challenges and benefiting from new opportunities created by changes in people’s lives and … Continue reading

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Ilkley Cycling Club – 0 to 1,000 Members in 18 months!

Paul O’Looney, Founder and Secretary, Ilkley Cycling Club One of 8 presentations at Sustainable Community Sport – New Challenges, New Opportunities  How community sports providers are meeting the challenges and benefiting from new opportunities created by changes in people’s lives … Continue reading

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From ‘just a cricket club’ to a hub for the community

Russell Perry, Chairman, Tynemouth Cricket Club One of the presentations at Sustainable Community Sport – New Challenges, New Opportunities How community sports providers are meeting the challenges and benefiting from new opportunities created by changes in people’s lives and the … Continue reading

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