Meet the Team: Chris, Head of Digital Behaviour Change
As part of our London Sport Consultancy’s re-brand, we’re sitting down with the key team members working on our consultancy services. Our 'Meet the Team series' begins with Chris Norfield, London Sport’s Head of Digital Behaviour Change.
New Sport England Active Lives data shows ongoing impact of covid-19 on activity levels
Approximately 114,000 fewer Londoners meeting Government guidelines
Community ensures street table tennis enjoys surge in popularity throughout London
Louis Cadier, StreetTT Admin, writes about the recent Street Table Tennis pilot and the way Londoners can make the most of urban table tennis tables to get active and social.
London Sport Consultancy: Helping to get Londoners active together
Business Development Manager Jennie Rivett writes about how our consultancy services help us work with partners to tackle the huge challenge of making London the most active city in the world.
High-quality strategies ensure better allocation of capacity and investment
Strategic Relationship Manager Lorna Leach looks at how a strategy can be more than a powerful document but a component of positive change and the best ways to get your strategy ideas off the ground.
London Sport Consultancy to support Hillingdon Council with physical activity and sport strategy
London Sport Consultancy is excited to be re-commissioned by Hillingdon Council to support the development of a borough-wide physical activity and sport strategy.
Meet our London Sport Marathon Runners 2021
On the 3rd of October, more than 40,000 people will run the 26.2-mile (42.2km) marathon through the streets of London. This year, London Sport runners aim to drive down inequalities in physical activity and sport.
Grants available to support physical activity on the River Thames
Grants of up to £5,000 available to those offering physical activity opportunities on the River Thames and inland waterways.
Round Up of Day 2 of Active London
Day 2 of Active London, supported by Gympass, saw the number of registered delegates surpass 600 with six more inspiring and informative sessions, as well as a lunchtime workout for delegates with TRX, inspired by #NationalFitnessDay.
Round up of Day 1 of Active London
Six Active London sessions involving more than 20 speakers ensured that the first day of Active London gave the 550 online delegates plenty to consider when it comes to reactivating the capital. Here's our round-up of Day 1.
Sneak Peek: Learn more from Professor Kevin Fenton and Jillian Moore about what to expect from Active London
With less than 24 hours until Active London, keynote speaker Professor Kevin Fenton (London Regional Director at Public Health England) and London Sport Chair Jillian Moore have shared their thoughts on some key topics of the event.