Cambridge City Council are proud to announce the opening of our Future Champions grant scheme, in partnership with Marshall of Cambridge.Read More
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Having supported 26 local sports clubs in the first two rounds of the Mick George Sports Fund – in association with Living Sport, the third quarter has been equally as fruitful with a further 11 initiatives set for financial assistance.
£13,032 is to be distributed to a wide assortment of sports facilitators across the
Head to Toe – the charity of community care and mental health provider Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust – has today been announced as the official charity partner for all Living Sport’s active events.
Living Sport, which works to raise the profile of sport and to increase participation across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, will
Cambridgeshire Cycling Challenge – Saturday 25th August 2018
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) are celebrating 25 years of University status with a 40 mile ride starting at University Centre Peterborough (UCP) and finishing with festivities at ARU’s Cambridge Campus. Tandem bikes are very welcome as well as the regular cycles.
£40 – proceeds go to
Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust in association with Cambridge Triathlon Club is proud to host a mini-triathlon for the annual low-cost ‘Go-Tri’ scheme. This event is perfect for Adult novice triathletes who want to have a go at a friendly, low-key event.
6pm-8pm Thursday 2nd August 2018
£10 per person
After the success of #PB10K our attention has very much turned to the third running of the Greater Cambridge 10K, on Sunday 9th September 2018, with the fantastic Cambridge University Sports Centre as our base.
This run is around the West Cambridge site – with closed roads and a flat course which will be
A amazing 448 runners took on the current heat wave to take part in the inaugural Peterborough 10K organised by RaceBest/Even Splits on behalf of Living Sport on Sunday 8th July 2018.
The race took place around the beautiful Nene Park – around the lakes, across the meadows alongside the Nene Valley railway and then
The Grassroots Football Awards, known previously as The FA and McDonalds Community Awards, recognise and celebrate the work of individuals and groups to instill The FA’s PRIDE values – Progressive, Respectful, Inclusive, Determination and Excellent – and make a positive difference in their club, league or local community.Read More