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How have we performed?

How have we performed?

Categories: Active Sussex News Corporate Partners National Governing Bodies

Active Sussex has achieved a positive result from Sport England’s national County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) assessment scheme Quest.  We are committed to continuous improvement, so we’ve undertaken Quest for CSPs national accreditation, which also supports the delivery of the objectives contained in Sport England’s Towards an Active Nation’ strategy. We were awarded a ‘Good’ result overall, maintaining the same rating […]

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Slam Dunk as Active Sussex CEO shows ‘This Girl Can’ has no age limit

Slam Dunk as Active Sussex CEO shows ‘This Girl Can’ has no age limit

Categories: Active Sussex News National Governing Bodies This Girl Can

Active Sussex Chief Executive, Sadie Mason MBE, is proving that ‘This Girl Can’ has no age limit as she prepares to lead the Great British Women’s Masters Basketball Team on the world stage.  Sadie, who won a top honour at the 2018 Business Women Excellence Awards last month, will captain the 50+ age group team and […]

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Sport England announce major investment in parkrun

Sport England announce major investment in parkrun

Categories: Active Sussex News Corporate Partners National Governing Bodies Sport Industry News

Sport England will make a £3 million investment in parkrun to help more women and people from lower socio-economic groups to get active. The three year collaborate will support the creation of 200 new events across England as the National Lottery money will help to build on the phenomenal growth parkrun has seen in the 14 […]

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Sport England’s Children and Young People Survey – Sussex Snapshot

Sport England’s Children and Young People Survey – Sussex Snapshot

Categories: Active Sussex News Education National Governing Bodies

Data from the first Active Lives Children and Young People Survey, conducted by Sport England, has shown 47% of Sussex children lead ‘active lives’ – higher than the national average results. The 2017/18 survey, carried out nationally, asked children aged between five and 16 years old about how much physical activity they take part in, […]

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