Sponsor the awards
Active Lancashire do not receive any funding to host the awards and thus rely on the support and generosity of local organisations providing sponsorship to enable them to put on a celebratory event. In return, tailored packages are available to help boost brand recognition and provide you with the chance to play a huge part in the awards.
Thanks to our Volunteers
As part of our 2018 Volunteer Celebration Event we wanted to highlight some of the young leaders who assist Satellite Club sessions and thank them for their outstanding contribution helping and inspiring young people to stay active.
Primary School Sport Premium
The DfE have confirmed the doubled Primary PE and Sport premium. The high level changes are that, from September 2017 Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £1000 per pupil; and schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil.
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Building Better Opportunities
Building Better Opportunities is a new national programme from The Big Lottery Fund who is matching funds from the European Social Fund (ESF) 2014-2020 to invest in local projects tackling the root causes of poverty, promoting social inclusion and driving local jobs and growth.
How to nominate
Most of the Local Authorities in Lancashire hold their own sports awards, and the winners of these awards go on to represent their district at the Lancashire Sports Awards. However, not all of the districts hold their own awards thus the coordination of nominations differs depending on each local authority area. For more information on how to nominate, please visit the Lancashire Sports Awards we…
Meet our Board
Lesley Lloyd, (Chair), Marketing Director Lesley is an experienced executive and non-executive director with a thirty year track record of working with boards to make step changes to standards of professionalism, performance and conformance. She has worked with leading multinational organisations in line marketing and interim management roles, in strategy consultancy with PwC and as an NED in a…
More about Active Lives
In Lancashire we focus on the Active Lives Children and Young People survey which looks at how children engage with sport and physical activity. As part of Active Lancashire's offer we work with Primary Schools across the county to complete the survey and support the schools after the completion of the survey. The aim of the survey is for children and young people to feel more motivated, confident…
More about Tackling Re-offending
The benefits to the participant are: Improve confidence Develop new skills Do sport, community and art activities Get work experience/volunteer Be part of the community Increase job prospects The participant will work with a mentor who'll assess their needs, help identify and overcome any barriers. The mentor will also guide the participant into localised support through the local Housing Asso…
The SPAR Lancashire School Games is part of the national £128m School Games programme which aims to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport
Coaching and Workforce Development
Tailored Coach Education & in-house delivery Co-ordinate and deliver a needs led annual training plan which can be delivered on site and specific to your needs. Co-ordination of Coaching Bursary Bursary subsidy to upskill and qualify workforce to Level 2 to ensure appropriately qualified workforce of coaches to deliver your programmes to meet identified national priorities. Insight Audits and Su…
Challenge Through Sport Initiative
Challenge through Sport Initiative (CSI) is a programme we are running in partnership with Police and Crime Commissioner; Public Health, Red Rose Recovery which provides regular sport activities for those in recovery.
To enable young people to engage in sporting and practical activities to reach their potential, lead a life free from offending behaviour and to enable young people to make a positive contribution to their local communities.