The Department for Education (DfE) has agreed an extension to the existing Advanced Apprenticeship for Sporting Excellence (AASE) arrangements until March 2018.
It has been announced today that Her Majesty The Queen will step down as Patron from a number of National Organisations, including the Sport and Recreation Alliance, at the end of her 90th birthday year.Published 20 December 2016, Industry
We are excited by Sport England’s vision for and commitment to invest in volunteering as outlined in Volunteering in an Active Nation released today. The Alliance has always recognised through our members that volunteers play a vital role in sport and recreation. It is the one thing that all the different types of sport and physical activity have in common. And without volunteers, sport and recreation just wouldn’t happen.Published 01 December 2016, Industry
“This is a very serious issue and one that needs to be investigated properly so that lessons can be learned from what has happened in the past.Published 29 November 2016, Industry
Today the #BigThankYou campaign, which is the UK’s biggest celebration of sports volunteers, is being launched.Published 09 November 2016, Industry
Sport England has today announced a new partnership with the Open Data Institute (ODI) to make it easier for people to find the information they need to book dance classes, find free tennis courts and take part in physical activity sessions.Published 01 November 2016, Industry
As the nation prepares to celebrate the incredible performances of our Olympians and Paralympians in Rio; the Sport and Recreation Alliance is calling for sponsors to better engage females with their brands. The Alliance believes that brands partnering with sport should recognise that women are the most powerful consumers on the planet making 85% of all purchasing decisions.Published 16 October 2016, Industry
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