Subjects: Public sector
Active London returns with in-person conference on 21st September – tickets on sale now
Active London 2022 returns as our first in-person conference since 2019. Tickets are now on sale!
Ten years on from London 2012 nearly half of Londoners forced to cut back on exercise as cost of living crisis bites
Ten years on from London 2012 nearly half of Londoners forced to cut back on exercise as cost of living crisis bites.
"It's not about participation numbers, it's about the outcome those numbers drive" - says Tim Hollingsworth OBE
An active nation is the key to getting more people playing sport - Tim Hollingsworth OBE.
New Sport England Active Lives data shows ongoing impact of covid-19 on activity levels
Approximately 114,000 fewer Londoners meeting Government guidelines
London Sport CEO Tove Okunniwa awarded MBE for Services to Sport
London Sport is thrilled to announce that our Chief Executive Officer Tove Okunniwa has been awarded an MBE for Services to Sport.
Success of Joe Wicks shows why schools must integrate activity alongside PE
The Daily Mile™ National Coordinator Molly Adkin looks at the success of Joe Wicks' #PEWithJoe campaign and what it tells us about the need to integrate activity in addition to physical education in schools.
Research continues to inform our workforce priorities
London Sport's Specialist Advisor for Workforce, David Reader, discusses how research continues to guide the organisations's approach and led to our recent pilot project upskilling the social prescribing workforce.
Connect Series Round-Up: Working alongside young people to reduce Serious Youth Violence
London will achieve nothing in its attempts to reduce serious youth violence unless it works more closely alongside young people warned Director of the Violence Reduction Unit Lib Peck last night. The event was the first in a new series by London Sport looking at how to tackle some of the biggest issues facing the capital and the role which the physical activity and sport sector can play.
NHS commitment to Social Prescribing offers timely boost to community physical activity
New NHS England commitments to support Social Prescribing as part of the Comprehensive Model for Personalised Care are a welcome indication of the importance of physical activity in supporting people to live happier, healthier lives.