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High-profile sporting organisations in the county have pledged their support to the Essex Faith Covenant, to use participation in sport as a way of bringing people of all faiths together.
80 senior CSP staff, Board members and partners recently attended an action learning themed event to discuss placed-based challenges and opportunities, and how through developing collaborative leadership approaches and by thinking like a system we can seek to make sport and physical activity everyone’s business.
A weekly football programme which tackles mental health issues through connecting support services with men who may benefit from them has been recognised in the prestigious FA Grassroots Football Awards.
A partnership project led by Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust Integrated Health & Wellbeing Team alongside Off the Grid CIC and Leading Link, and funded by Northumberland Sport, has helped young people in Bedlington see the benefits of physical activity and spending time in the great outdoors.
Following the launch of Active Citizens Worldwide in Februray 2018, representatives from the programmes founding cities of London, Auckland and Singapore cames togother today to launch the first ACW report at the World Cities Summit in Singapore.
Sports organisations feature heavily in the nominations for the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) awards – demonstrating the increasing collaboration between the two sectors.