Sport England Invests £493 Million in Grassroots Sport to Keep the Inspiration of London 2012 Alive Sport England today (17th December) announced a £493 million four-year investment to keep the inspiration of London 2012 alive and help fulfil Lord Coe’s pledge that the Games would get more people – young and old, women and men – playing sport, a feat that no other host nation has ever managed to achieve.
Job Vacancy: Netball Development Officer (Maternity Cover) - West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) The West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) and its partners are seeking to appoint a temporary post for maternity cover, which will help to continue the establishment of Wesport as the strategic lead agency for sport and physical activity for the West of England sub region.
Job Vacancy: CRM Project Coordinator - British Water Ski & Wakeboard It is an exciting time to be a part of British Water Ski & Wakeboard as it embarks upon a major CRM and website project to replace legacy systems and develop its membership services and communications.
Here comes Ping! Bristol - are you ready to play? ‘Flim-Flam', 'Gossima', 'Whiff Whaff’, ‘Ping Pong’ - whatever the name it's time to get ready to play in Bristol.
Surge in sports participation as the Games draw near For the first time more than 15 million people in England are playing sport once a week, every week.
Job Vacancies: Relationship Managers - England Hockey Board England Hockey Board (EHB) is the National Governing Body for the sport of Hockey. Entering into a very exciting phase with London 2012 only months away, EHB is looking to recruit 2 Relationship Managers (to complete a team of 12)
Job Vacancy: Regional Administrator for the ASA – South West The ASA is the National Governing Body for Swimming and its associated disciplines in England are looking for a part time Regional Administrator.
Sport England Announce Details of a New Five-Year youth and Community Sport Strategy Sport England and Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt today (10th January 2012) gave details of a new five-year youth and community sport strategy that will deliver on Lord Coe’s 2012 Games bid promise to inspire a generation to get involved in sport.