Job Vacancy - Director of Marketing & Communications - England Squash & Racketball Vacancies England Squash & Racketball (ESR), the National Governing Body for Squash & Racketball, is seeking to appoint a Director of Marketing & Communications, whose role it is to provide a senior level direction, in the development and implementation of a marketing, communications and commercial strategy.
Job Vacancy - Head of Support Services - England Squash & Racketball Vacancies England Squash & Racketball (ESR), the National Governing Body for Squash & Racketball, is seeking to appoint a Head of Support Services, whose role it is to lead and manage ESRs business support services and ensure that all organisational requirements are met.
“Being Active” guide supports disabled people to enjoy a more active lifestyle A new guide released ahead of International Day for Disabled People supports more disabled people to enjoy an active lifestyle. “Being Active”, unveiled today by the English Federation of Disability Sport in partnership with Disability Rights UK, talks directly to disabled people. It gives inactive disabled people access to relevant information, so they have control over where, what and how they can start being active.
Bath & North East Somerset Council Chairman’s Sport Awards 2015 are launched The Chairman of Bath & North East Somerset Council, Councillor Martin Veal, today (Tuesday, 18 November) launched the Chairman’s Sport Awards 2015.
The West of England Sporting Stars Honoured Sports men and women across the West of England were honoured for their outstanding contribution to sport and physical activity at the 2014 West of England Celebration of Sport Evening.
Sport England Launch - This Girl Can “I kick balls. Deal with it.” Just one of the provocative lines from our uncompromising new campaign to get more women active.
Student Back into Sport Because of Community Games! Bath based student Corin Le Huray gets back into sport after attending the Wesport Community Games.
More than 6400 young people benefit from Olympic legacy programme in the West of England A year on from winning two Olympic gold medals at London 2012, cyclist Jason Kenny was today celebrating a national legacy programme that’s helped more than 6400 young people to get involved in sport in the West of England. The West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) are leading the delivery of Sportivate in the West of England area and have seen some fantastic projects take place inspiring young people to take part in sport.
It’s a Breeze for the Great Weston Ride British Cycling’s Breeze, the biggest programme ever to get more women riding their bikes for fun, has joined forces with this year’s Great Weston Ride (www.greatwestonride.com) to encourage even more women to get out on their bikes and experience the enjoyment and sense of achievement that this West Country challenge ride offers.
Face Britain Young people aged between 4 and 16 across the UK are being invited to create a self-portrait and upload it onto the Face Britain online gallery before 31st March.