• SportaOrange - Using Sports & Physical Activity For Community Engagement

  • Falkirk Community Trust - Improving The Opportunities Of Playing “Tennis In Falkirk”

  • Tandridge Trust Leisure & Culture - Creative Projects

  • Follow @SportaUK on Twitter - #Time2Trust

  • Culture Warrington - Delivering Arts, Heritage and Events Across Warrington

  • Read about Us Girls Redridge - the friendly, fun-based local fitness sesssion

  • Fusion Lifestyle Walking Football Programme

Sporta is the national association of leisure and cultural trusts. Sporta members operate a wide range of leisure and cultural services in communities across the UK - from the Shetland Isles to Cornwall and from the Western Highlands to Kent. Together they provide 30% of public leisure centres in the UK – with over 1600 facilities, they have a combined turnover of more than £1billion and they employ around 50,000 staff.

Sporta is governed by an Executive of ten Chief Executives or Managing Directors and holds three General Member meetings each year. With two small offices – in London and Edinburgh - we provide policy intelligence, business services and trust development support for our members. Most of our work is done through networks and groups of members.

Sporta membership is open to non-profit distributing organisations, primarily but not exclusively those that manage cultural and leisure facilities.

There are over 100 Sporta trusts HQs around the UK. Find your nearest one.

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RT @MindCharity: Interesting @Guardian article on mental health stigma in 2014: http://t.co/f1VVUeo9zs Have you seen a change this year?

about 1 days ago.

Delighted to launch @DoncasterDCLT & @ClubDFoundation 'Doncaster Moving Together' #makeyrmove project in partnership with @FL_Trust in 2015

about 2 days ago.

RT @Sport_England: *Retweet* We've joined forces with @SportaUK and @FL_Trust to get people active. Read all about it and RT to support! ht…

about 2 days ago.

RT @Hooked_on_Sport: Great to represent @SportaUK in the @sport_wales review of #CommunitySport this afternoon. #ShapingTheFuture #Hookedo

about 6 days ago.

@ThisGirlCanUK toolkit launched - http://t.co/9gzGfFY9Ao to get your trust registered for all the guidelines and branding, @Sport_England

about 6 days ago.

* @Sport_England 'Get Healthy, Get Active' funding is now open for applications* Check out their website for details http://t.co/Dt6x13wNn1

about 6 days ago.

RT @ghdix: Could this be last London trip of 2014 from Cornwall? Looking forward to catching up with @SportaUK :-)

about 1 week ago.

@SportaUK at the @wiguk breakfast briefing to listen to Sue Owen @DCMS

about 1 week ago.

RT @SportsMemNet: How football is helping unlock dementia patients' memories http://t.co/gH567Ott3w

about 1 week ago.

RT @lifeleisureUK: @lifeleisureuk Romiley Beginners Running Club. Classes Tues & Wed 7pm-8pm. For more info call 0161 430 3437

about 1 week ago.

  • Sporta General Meeting February 2015

    Sporta's next General Meeting will take place on 5th February 2015 in London. The venue for the meeting will be the Royal Over-Seas League in central London.

    Further details to be confirmed soon.

  • Sporta Welcomes Four New Members

    Sporta are delighted to welcome four new members; Everybody Sport & Recreation, Sandford Parks Lido, Stantonbury Arts & Leisure and Vivacity Culture & Leisure.

  • Sporta's October General Meeting

    Our October GM featured Hannah White on adventuring, Livewire on Warrington's Rugby League World Cup, Tara Dillon on the new CIMSPA and Members discussing the current campaigns and challenges.

    At our GM on 1 October Hannah White talked about her life as an adventurer​ and her mission to inspire people to enjoy sport and physical activity. Keith Maddock from Warrington Livewire told the story and showed a video about how Warrington hosted the Rugby League World Cup 2013, and Tara Dillon spoke emphatically and passionately about how CIMSPA could at last be the Chartered Institute we can all be proud of, if members can join up. After lunch Members had reports from David Ferguson and Sir John Elvidge on the current Scottish campaign and how post-referendum Scotland is going to affect the rest of the UK; we finished with discussions on the next phases of Sporta's programmes for procurement and development (including asset transfer, charitable funding) and public health.



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