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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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CSP Network Impact Report 2016

The CSP Network is delighted to release its interactive 2016 Impact report highlighting some of the great work that has taken place across the network helping improve lives by growing grassroots sport and physical activity.

For the first time the report has been produced in an interactive digital format. The icons and case studies in the report are linked to pages on the CSP Network website.
The full report can be accessed through the link below:
Highlights include: 
£122m secured by CSPs to support local partners since 2013
91% of partners either satisfied or very satisfied with the added value that CSPs provided in 2015
15,000 inactive people registered on Workplace Challenge 
over 17,600 primary schools supported to maximise the impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
726,144 young people participating in Level 3 School Games festivals, including 88,064 young disabled people since 2011
47,725 local Sportivate projects, involving 641,115 young people (11 to 25 yrs)
9,183 active Satellite Clubs involving 408,531 participants since 2012
4,300 Community Games events, involving an estimated 3,043,000 participants, supported by 91,000 volunteers since 2012
delivering over 274 individual coaching projects, engaging over 150 partners to make coaching accessible for coaches and those that want to be coached.

If you would like more information on the report please contact