LIVING SPORT is the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Sports Partnership. It is established as a Company Limited by Guarantee and attained Charitable status in 2007. Its staff team operates from the Lakeside Lodge Complex in Pidley, central to our partnership area. LIVING SPORT is governed by a Board of Directors / Trustees which includes members from business, local government, sport and education.
LIVING SPORT is part of the County Sports Partnerships Network, one of 49 County Sports Partnerships (CSP’s) across England, formed in 2006 to raise the profile, and engagement, of sport with local strategic partnerships, and to increase community participation in sport.
LIVING SPORT took over the responsibilities of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Active Sports Partnership, which had been in operation since 2000, delivering the Active Sports, Step into Sport and Community Sports Coach Scheme projects.
Our Vision: Active and healthy communities where everyone can play, achieve and enjoy.
This will be delivered by engaging with key local strategic priorities and partners and promote the importance and value of sport and highlighting the benefits it can bring to local communities. Through supporting sports clubs, organisations and the sporting workforce, we will help improve the quality and quantity of sport delivered in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
LIVING SPORT partners include District, City and County Councils, Health, School Sports Partnerships, National Governing Bodies of Sport, and the Voluntary and Community Sector.
Our Mission: LIVING SPORT will be a catalyst to building dynamic and effective partnerships to create an active Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Our Purpose: To work in partnership, sharing local knowledge to promote sport and physical activity, ensure quality delivery and increase participation, fulfilling the needs of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
LIVING SPORT is also responsible for delivering a number of sports initiatives, detailed in the Our Projects section of this website. This includes a number of the Government’s Olympic Legacy initiatives – Sportivate, Sport Makers and School Games.
LIVING SPORT coordinates GOLD, the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Coordinating Group for the Legacy of the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games and Cultural Olympiad.
Success: We aim to exceed targets and expectations in our work, and to be cited as an exemplar for the work we do and the approach that we take.
Direction: We prepare and plan our future development, providing clarity of direction, which is communicated thorough clear objectives and ambitions.
Quality: We constantly review our performance as we strive to attain standards of excellence.
People: We see people as our most valuable asset and we are committed to supporting them to achieve.
Financial astuteness: We are consistently assessing our return on investment, financially and other resources, to achieve financial security with commercial opportunities in mind.
Innovation: We strive to be innovative at every step of the development process by not being constrained by current thinking when approaching a new challenge.
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