Wesport works to Inspire People, Empower Organisations, Create opportunities through Sport and Physical Activity.
The West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) has been a Company Limited by Guarantee and registered charity since 2006.
Wesport is also a member of the County Sport Partnership Network and is one of the 49 County Sport Partnerships across England established by Sport England to be the strategic lead for sport in the West of England. The West of England covers the Local Authority areas of Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset (BANES), North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
We work to connect providers of sport and physical activity such as National Governing Bodies (NGB’s), Local Authorities, Schools, Colleges, Universities, Business, Local Sports Clubs and Organisations to increase the quantity and quality of opportunities for the people of the West of England to take part in.
Our Core Team works to develop coaching, clubs, volunteering, school sport and competition, and is a main deliverer of London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy. Our team delivers a range of programmes that do this through our ‘Try it, Love it, Live it’ campaign.
The West of England: The best experience in sport and physical activity.
Inspire People, Empower Organisations and Create Opportunities through sport and physical activity.
Wesport has adopted these values and use these to help guide our work and our decisions. Our values are:
>Wesport 2012 to 2016 Strategy – Try it, Love it, Live it Wesport’s Evolution
This short video will guide you through our 2012 – 2016 strategy and help point our key goals and work over the next few years.
To download a copy of our new strategy please Click Here.
Wesport is a member of the County Sport Partnerhsip Network (CSPN). Click on the link above to find out more information.
Click on the link above to download a copy of Wesport's 2012 to 2016 Strategy. To view a short video explaining the strategy and what we aim to do, either scroll to the bottom of the page or Click Here.
Wesport video blogs are designed to give you useful information about current changes and programmes in the world of sport.