Paddock Wood Athletic Club needed an all weather running track, to improve athletic standards and encourage more young members to join. Almost £200,000 was raised and the track has now been completed; the first 2-4-6 athletics training facility design in the UK.
Workplaces across Sussex are invited to join the nationwide 'Shake Up September' Workplace Challenge. Employees taking part in the FREE month-long web-based challenge can log their sport physical activity - with the ultimate aim of logging as much new activity as possible.
SW Herts Sports Academy has plans to improve the opportunities for seated throws athletes in the area.
A visually impaired running taster session will take place in Basingstoke on Saturday 10th October. It is aimed at anyone aged 18+ who is visually impaired and wants to try out running.
England Athletics and WheelPower are delighted to announce that City of Portsmouth AC have been successful in the second phase of their pilot Athletics Club Equipment Project and will receive a loan of a Protean adjustable throwing frame.
We would like to draw your attention to the Disability Inclusion Training which is taking place on Sunday 13th September and is aimed at helping clubs and coaches to be more inclusive for disabled athletes.
Ashford Leisure Trust is looking for an individual with experience in sports development to join their team as Community Sports Project Officer.
A UK Disability Inclusion Training Athletics course will take place on 13th September at Royal Holloway University. The course is ideally suited for people who have little or no experience of working with disabled people and who aren't necessarily working with disabled people already.
Oxfordshire's County Sports Partnership is re-launching with a new identity and new strategic framework for the county with the objective of getting the population more physically active. Under the new title of Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity, the partnerships purpose is to work together to improve people's lives by growing participation in physical activity and sport.
Dartford Harriers Athletics Club recently a hosted sprints and hurdles workshop for coaches. The half day workshop focused on covering the basics of hurdling, sprint starts, the biomechanics of running and multi-direction movement skills.