News • Sep 17, 2019 15:59 BST
In a week which began with the announcement of new guidance from the UK’s Chief Medical Officers on how much physical activity people should be doing to improve their health, a coalition of Active Partnerships came together around London Sport’s Active London conference to demonstrate the ways that new ‘on-demand’ interventions could contribute to individuals’ physical activity needs.
News • Sep 12, 2019 15:59 BST
London’s Deputy Mayor Debbie Weekes-Bernard predicted a bright future for physical activity and sport in the capital during her address at Active London on Tuesday (10 September).
News • Sep 11, 2019 16:08 BST
London Sport is ‘extraordinarily well positioned’ to improve the lives of Londoners, according to Chair Jillian Moore, following the release of their 2018/19 Impact Report.
Blog posts • Sep 02, 2019 18:31 BST
Communications Officer Andrew Lawton has been involved in the planning for next week’s Active London event. With the deadline to purchase tickets coming at the end of this week, he takes you through eight reasons you need to be there.
Blog posts • Aug 27, 2019 14:08 BST
With just two weeks left to purchase your Active London ticket, we caught up with the local innovation panel to get their thoughts on what innovation means to them and how it is plays out in their daily lives.
News • Aug 23, 2019 11:47 BST
London Sport gave an exclusive first-look of their new Disability Network Toolkit to a small selection of industry partners at a sold-out Communities of Practice event on Thursday (22 August).
News • Aug 21, 2019 14:15 BST
Experts from the Greater London Authority, Blockworks, YouTube, Two Circles, the Active Wellbeing Society, British Cycling and Sport England will all be speaking at London Sport’s Active London event, it was announced today (Wednesday 21 August).
News • Aug 16, 2019 15:52 BST
As Active London 2019 draws nearer, find out more about the workshop sessions taking delegates through innovation in practice
Blog posts • Aug 12, 2019 11:36 BST
London Sport Relationship Manager Matt Roebuck explains what his role entails on a day-to-day basis and why the work of the Relationship Manager team is so important in our work to make London the most active city in the world.
Press releases • Aug 08, 2019 11:31 BST
London Sport and Disability Sports Coach have partnered to deliver disability equality training courses that aim to ensure disabled people have improved experiences when accessing sport services and facilities in London.
News • Aug 07, 2019 11:39 BST
A primary school in Thornton Heath successfully secured over £135,000 of capital and revenue funding from Sport England and London Marathon Charitable Fund thanks to support from London Sport.
Press releases • Aug 05, 2019 15:05 BST
The new relationship focuses on securing new income for London Sport and its partners, supporting their mission to make London the most physically active city in the world.
Blog posts • Aug 01, 2019 15:04 BST
August 2019 marks the two-year anniversary of House of Sport, an innovative project from London Sport to create a dynamic community of physical activity and sport organisations. London Sport CEO Tove Okunniwa looks back at the past two years.
Blog posts • Jul 30, 2019 09:55 BST
Specialist Advisor for Disability Alex Gibbons gives London Sport's backing to Activity Alliance's Who Says? campaign which aims to gives positive evidence, resources and guidance to replace the misconceptions and presumptions on what is and isn’t possible.
Blog posts • Jul 25, 2019 11:27 BST
With its launch this week, Coca-Cola and Street Games’ new ‘Ball Games Allowed’ campaign has once again thrown open the questions of both how physical activity and sport can adapt to London, as well as how the city itself can adapt to better enable physical activity.
No plastic fans – how the Mayor’s new environmental measures could provide unexpected benefits for physical activity
Blog posts • Jul 25, 2019 10:59 BST
The Major of London and Thames Water announce the new wave of public drinking fountains. This is welcomed news for the future of physical activity in the capital.
News • Jul 23, 2019 15:23 BST
The journey towards a sporting workforce that meets the needs of less active Londoners reached an important milestone today (Tuesday 23 July), with the release of a report authored by academics from the University of Kent evaluating the impact of pilot projects investigating the role of social prescribing in challenging physical inactivity.