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October 11, 2012
The Sport and Recreation Alliance has launched a survey on the Olympic legacy as part of its campaigning to help clubs and governing bodies survive and thrive.
Designed to source the opinions of community sports clubs up and down the country, the Alliance wants to gather people’s thoughts on the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy and how they feel it will impact at grassroots.
James Stibbs, head of communications at the Sport and Recreation Alliance said: "Nobody can deny that the Games in London were a tremendous success – we now want to try to make sure that it’s the clubs on the ground who benefit from them".
The survey has been designed to be answered by people who run, manage or volunteer at local sports clubs in the UK. It is an online survey that takes around five to ten minutes to complete.
Everyone who submits a survey will be entered straight into a prize draw to win £200 cash.
To Take Part In The Sport and Recreation Alliance Survey