We've worked with key stakeholders in the sector to publish a report on the current state of public leisure and how it should evolve to continue providing vital services that help people get or stay active
Speech by Natural England Chair Tony Juniper to the Farming for Food and Nature conference, 28 November 2022.
The investments are part of our new model that gives longer-term financial security to partners and come as part of the delivery of our Uniting the Movement strategy.
The top three of the prestigious award have all received Sport England funding to help them in their progression as young athletes.
The support hub launched in 2020 and provides the sport and physical activity sector with resources to establish a framework for effective and fair decision making.
Three members of our organisation attended the International Working Group on Women and Sport conference in New Zealand.
The prize recognised her work at the charity Single Homeless Project.
The Couch to Fitness programmes are the first of their kind to be endorsed by the Active Pregnancy Foundation
We're working to ensure the Commonwealth Games is leaving a lasting impact by supporting physical activity in West Midlands communities.
SportsAid's One-to-Watch award celebrates the best of young British sporting talent.
A temporary export bar has been placed on a set of 120 original drawings of animals by Joseph Wolf.
The campaign's Move to Your Mood videos are being bolstered with tips to stay active as the darkness creeps in and the temperatures drop.
Whitstable to Iwade stretch now officially open
The award is part of the Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year awards and voting closes on Thursday, November 10.
Our strategy's ambition to tackle inequalities so more people can enjoy the benefits of playing sport and being physically active has been backed in Parliament.
Tony Juniper, Chair of Natural England, yesterday spoke at a Green Alliance event addressing why a strong natural environment is essential for the economy.
We've invested 23 million in the tournament's social impact programme.
We're working to upskill anyone involved in the promotion of sport and physical activity in England
Natural England notify 3,100-hectare area of lowland heath in west Cornwall a Special Site of Scientific Interest (SSSI).
The Flashes of Wigan and Leigh now one of the UK's largest urban nature reserves following Natural England declaration
Arts Council England and National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty sign a landmark Memorandum of Understanding.
The Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards celebrate those making their mark in women's sport.
Public call for evidence launched to inform review of wild take licensing for falconry and aviculture
Members of the public, falconry, aviculture, conservation and welfare groups invited to provide input to Natural England review of wild take' licensing
A statement from Sir Nicholas Serota, Chair, Arts Council England, on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Our funding gives children the chance to experience a multi-sport event with an athletes' village and media presence