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New Coaching Strategy Released by Sport England The coaching plan for England has been launched. Coaching in an Active Nation aims to shake up the way we think about and deliver coaching.


Sport England Publish Their New Volunteering Strategy In the past, volunteering in sport has been seen as something people do for the benefit of others. Whether it's marshalling a fun run, managing money, driving people from A to B (and back) or even washing the muddy kit on a Sunday afternoon, it’s always been the participants that everyone is focused on. That’s about to change.

Athlete of the Year

Local Synchronised Swimmers Recognised at the ASA Aquatics Awards Kate Shortman and Isabelle Thorpe from Bristol have been recognised at the ASA Aquatics Awards 2016 for their achievements in synchronised swimming over the past 12 months.

Get on Track

Team Bath Netball host exciting session for All-Female ‘Get on Track’ Programme The Dame Kelly Holmes ‘Get on Track’ programme elicits World Class Athletes as mentors and role models to give young people the opportunity to get their lives on track. The West of England Sport Trust (Wesport), alongside 2nd Chance Group and their Coachmakers lead Carley Price, are delivering a ‘Get on Track’ Programme to support a group of young women.

Stroud District Council

Job Vacancy: Sport and Health development Officer (Maternity Cover)- Stroud District Council We are seeking someone with energy and passion to work on our existing Sport and Health Development schemes in the Stroud district.

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Coaching Can help to inspire people to reach their goals, whatever they may be. Eighty per cent of participants say that coaching improves their enjoyment of sport, but how many of these realise the wider benefits it has on society? We are working with county sports partnerships (CSPs) across the country to help the nation understand how beneficial Coaching Can be.

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New Code for Sports Governance Organisations seeking public funding for sport and physical activity must meet new gold standards of governance.

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The West of England Celebrates its Sporting Stars The 2016 West of England Celebration of Sport Evening honours sports men and women for their extraordinary contribution to sport and physical activity across the West of England.

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Great Western Ride- Entry Now Open Entry has now opened for the 2017 Great Weston Ride, a fabulous 57-mile challenge bike ride from Bristol to Weston-super-Mare that follows a spectacular route through the Mendips and across the Somerset Levels.

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Bristol Sport Supports Aspiring Young Performers at the West of England Celebration of Sport Evening Bristol Sport was an organisation formed with a single minded goal: to inspire sport in Bristol and beyond. As part of this promise, Bristol Sport have recently overseen the 45m rebuild of Ashton Gate Stadium, home of Bristol City FC and Bristol Rugby.

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