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    Tapping the potential

    London Sport
    Tapping the Potential is the latest publication from the Richmond Group’s Doing the Right Thing programme - an approach to building meaningful collaboration between the voluntary sector and public bodies. Tapping the Potential captures learning from the initial stages of the Richmond Group’s collaborative work in Somerset. This includes success factors for collaboration, consideration of collaboration challenges, and reflections for lo...
  • Created a year ago

    Sporting Future: Second Annual Report

    London Sport
    Sporting Future set out a new government vision to redefine what success looks like in sport by concentrating on five key outcomes - physical wellbeing, mental wellbeing, individual development, social and community development and economic development. The second annual report on the strategy sets out the progress that has been made in the past year, and focuses on ten key themes and areas of progress: Cross-government working Cha...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Towards an Active Nation

    London Sport
    In December 2015, the Government published Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation. It sets a bold and ambitious direction for sport policy which has been widely welcomed. It looks beyond simple participation to how sport changes lives and becomes a force for social good. At its heart are five outcomes: physical wellbeing, mental wellbeing, individual development, social and community development and economic development.  ...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Borough Impact Reports 2015/16

    London Sport
    The 2015/16 Borough Impact Reports detail the total amount London Sport has either invested directly or influenced others to invest in physical activity and sport across each of London's Boroughs.  They also provide information on the number of people that have become active or increased their level of activity as a direct result of programmes we have funded or supported since April 1st 2015.  Sources of direct and influenced investme...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Social Return on Investment in Sport: A Participation Wide Model for England (Summary Report)

    London Sport
    This study found that participation in sport and exercise at “moderate intensity” for adults reduced the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) and strokes by 30 per cent, colon cancer by 24 per cent, Type 2 diabetes by 10 per cent, dementia by 30 per cent and breast cancer in women by 20 per cent. In addition, 14.1 per cent of adults participating in sport and exercise were more likely to report good health than non-participants. As a ...