England Athletics News


Reminder: England Athletics 2017 Consultation

We would like thank everyone who has already completed our 2017 Online Consultationand, if you have not yet done so, would encourage you to give your views.This is an annual survey that will aim to collect the feedback we need to inform our work and improve what we offer in the forthcoming year. It is a long survey, attempting to reduce the number of surveys we produce throughout the year. Therefore, the survey will take up to 25 minutes to complete.

England Athletics 2017 Consultation

Throughout the course of the year, England Athletics will hold consultation meetings around the country. So that we can tailor the consultation sessions, we have developed a series of questions so that we can better understand the views of registered athletes, representatives of member clubs, volunteers and everyone who cares about the future of the sport.

UK Members Council

Nominations are invited for a Representative of Clubs Affiliated in England, to be appointed to the UK Members Council, the custodians of the long-term interests of athletics in the UK.

New Regional Councillors take up their roles

Following the recent nomination/ election process a number of new councillors have now taken up their places on the nine regional councils of England Athletics. These councils are now in the process of electing their regional chairs, who will also take up the region's position on National Council, and can also coopt other members.

England Athletics Update

Following the launch of England Athletics new strategic plan in late 2016 after a period of consultation with our member clubs, we now approach our next strategy period and we would therefore like to update you on our planning for our future activities.

Nominations close shortly for Regional Councils

We are looking for nominations for England Athletics' Regional Councils with nominations closing shortly. If you, or someone you know is passionate about our sport and who has the drive and commitment to make a difference, then make sure you get involved in nominations for Regional Councils.