Archive for September, 2016

  • Inclusive Activity Roadshow

    By Jessica Lightwood on September 29, 2016
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    Last week saw our first Inclusive Activity Roadshow delivered across Shropshire Telford & Wrekin, which incorporated over 35 sports clubs and groups open their doors across the 7 days to deliver over 80 sessions to the local community. The Roadshow coincided with the closure of a fantastic Paralympic Games for Team GB,  and offered many Paralympic sports such as Swimming, […]
  • Shropshire’s Draft Sport & Leisure Facility Strategy Summarised – don’t forget to have your say

    By Elliot.Pottinger@energizestw.org.uk on September 27, 2016
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    Has anybody responded to the Shropshire Council draft Sport & Leisure Facility Strategy?  At Energize we have had a look at it and we thought we would share some of the main headlines – especially given that the report is 125 pages long with large amounts of data and impenetrable language.  Even we were baffled by some of it!! Hopefully […]
  • Energize welcome Sport England to latest convention

    By Helen White on September 22, 2016
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    Energize welcome Sport England to latest convention Sport England took part in Energize’s ‘Actively Changing Lives’ Convention which took place on Thursday 22nd September at the University Centre Shrewsbury. Over 30 delegates heard from Adam Rigarlsford at Sport England about their new strategy ‘Towards an Active Nation’, focusing on key themes moving forward and investment principles. Behaviour change, a customer […]
  • #Active WM

    By Jessica Lightwood on September 13, 2016
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    Organisations join forces to promote activity opportunities for disabled people across West Midlands To celebrate the Rio Paralympic Games, six County Sport Partnership organisations have launched a joint awareness campaign to promote inclusive and accessible sporting opportunities in the West Midlands. #ActiveWM aims to promote local inclusive sport events and activities on social media, and encourage disabled people across the region […]