Sport England launches ‘Join the Movement’

Kent Sport is supporting a national Sport England campaign to inspire people to stay active during the coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak. Join the Movement and #StayInWorkOut.

Get Active Programme 2019

Charlton Athletic Community Trust and Golding Vision have built and expanded their Get Active offer to suit the needs and wants of local people. This has allowed them to offer new activities in new locations and continue to work together to ensure that the sporting activities on offer benefit the whole community.

Safeguarding Adults in Sport Framework Success

Kent Sport is delighted to reveal that we have met all the required criteria of the Ann Craft Trust Safeguarding Adults in Sport Framework and therefore can say we are committed to safeguarding adults in sport and physical activity.

Stoolball England wins National Lottery funding

Stoolball England is celebrating after being awarded £7590 of National Lottery funding from Sport England to develop a new coaching workforce.

2019 KUDOS Award winner announced

Tunbridge Wells (TW) Flyerz has been revealed as the winner of the 2019 KUDOS Award after a vote by attendees at Kent Sport’s annual Everyday Active Conference.

Every Mind Matters

Kent is supporting the national ‘Every Mind Matters’ campaign this World Mental Health Day (10 October) by reminding residents of the support services available across the county.

Parents in Sport Week 2019

The NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) has launched the Sports Parents Promise as part of its annual awareness raising campaign, Parents in Sport Week, 7-13 October 2019.

Walk Over October

The Walk Over October challenge runs for 4 weeks from 1 October 2019 to 31 October 2019. The challenge is all about walking briskly for a minimum of 10 minutes every day in October.

Places to Ride

The Places to Ride programme will fund the development or improvement of cycling facilities in communities across England.

Who says?

A new campaign from Activity Alliance is calling time on negative perceptions about disability, inclusion and sport and asks – who says?