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From this point on, the Community Sport Network team will no longer be sending out articles.

It was established in August 2013 as a free to access news-line on all things happening in Community Sport. It was set up as a small contribution to the legacy of London 2012 which inspired us all and will live long in our memories.

Nearly five years down the track there are now a number of other respected sporting news offerings online, so we thank you for your readership and support which has extended to over 200 countries, and wish you all well in your ongoing efforts to help create a fitter, healthier sporting nation.

Thanks for being a part of it!

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Maya, 2 will join family for fun run in new wheelchair!

When Fay Dovey and Aaron Ratcliffe join 6,000 people for the Perkins Great Eastern Fun Run, they will be taking along their toddler Max, one, and daughter Maya, two. The couple are raising money for Shine, the charity that has been with them "every…

NEWS IN BRIEF! Short stories with BIG news in sport!

Association for PE (London Region) annual conference The association for PE (London Region) are hosting their annual conference on Thursday 15th June at the University of East London's prestigious SportsDock http://www.sportsdock.co.uk/contact.htm…

Len Almond - We were very proud to have known you!

The team at Community Sport Network report with great sadness the passing of Len Almond. Len will be known to many of you in the PA practitioner community as the former and founding Director of the British Heart Foundation National Centre for Physical…

((BOUNCE)) appoints Promote PR!

((BOUNCE))™, one of the UK's fastest growing fitness franchises, has appointed Promote PR to manage the brand's consumer and trade public relations. With over 20,000 participants every month at over 100 studios across the UK, ((BOUNCE)) is…

£1 million in funding for North Yorkshire's older veterans!

NORTH YORKSHIRE is set to receive £1 million in funding for older veterans over the age of 65. The funding is by the Chancellor using LIBOR funds and has been awarded to a portfolio of organisations led by Community First Yorkshire (formerly Rural Action…

May is Living Streets National Walking Month!

And this year not only are we asking you to get out walking every day - we also want you to help build a picture of how walkable our streets are. Walking Cities Cities around the world are beginning to realise that by getting more people walking and…