There have been a number of changes in the Living Sport team over the last few months. To find out who’s who as well as information about our strategic plans and current projects, please see our Partner Update.Read More
Please see the infographic highlighting ‘What We Are Most Proud Of’ over the last six months, including our work with Workplace Health, the School Games and the Greater Cambridge 10K. You can also see the support we have given to sports clubs and organisations in the form of Community Small Grants. Read More
Members of Ely and District Table Tennis Club are celebrating having been awarded £9,600 from Sports England to develop sport in Ely – as well as being given a new base at Witchford Village College Sports Hall.Read More
Living Sport’s Stepping Stone project has reached their target of giving out 30 bursaries to support people to get active, with Cambridgeshire Community Foundation’s the John Steward Memorial Fund supporting for the project. Stepping Stone is now closed in the county apart from in FENLAND with funding from the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation’s Healthy Fenland Fund. Read More
Five of our gymnasts made their way to Sheffield on 13th October to prepare and compete in the 1st English Championships, being held at the English Institute of Sport. This competition boasted some of the very best trampoline gymnasts in Europe in their age-groups competing for the right to be crowned English Champion in Trampoline, DMT and Tumbling.Read More
In partnership with Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), their Sport & Exercise Science Department launched the inaugural ‘Coaching Network’ event for sports coaches. On Monday 9th October, 25 coaches attended the ARU sports campus in Cambridge to discuss ‘The Role of Science in Sports Coaching’.
The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) has revealed a new resource to support those who are new to sport or want to assist disabled people on how to get more active. Produced in partnership with County Sports Partnership Network, Disability Rights UK and Sport England, the resource is a guideline to where to start, where to find out more and who to contact on the road to being active.Read More
The action plan is designed to support and develop sport for people with complex communication needs across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Participation in sport and physical activity has significant physical, mental and emotional benefits, yet over 300,000 people with dual sensory loss in England encounter a number of barriers in accessing and participating in sporting activitiesRead More
Cambridge United Community Trust are pleased to announce they will be holding weekly blind and partially sighted football session starting from Saturday September 9th.
The sessions will be run by qualified blind and partially sighted football coaches every Saturday at Coleridge Community College, Radegund Rd, Cambridge CB1 3RJ.Read More
An exciting project is being launched in Somersham next month. ‘Changing Lives’ is a programme of activities specifically for people living with neurological conditions living in Somersham and its surrounding villages; Colne, Bluntisham, Earith, Pidley, Old Hurst, Woodhurst and Broughton.Read More