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Getting Cumbria Ready....

September 26, 2016

Lottery funding will target new audiences to become more physically active 

We want to make sure Cumbria gets it's fair share.We want to support all sectors to consider working collaboratively and seize this opportunity.

How can your organisation be part of the new ways of working in partnership to help improve the health & wellbeing of local communities and encourage active lifestyles?

Does your organisation have a focus on achieving one or more of the five outcomes:

  • Physical wellbeing
  • Mental wellbeing
  • Individual development
  • Social & community development
  • Economic development

If so this event is a must for you! Book Now

 Join us in Getting Cumbria Ready...

  • Find out how to access Sport England funding from 2017
  • Help to shape future strategy for Cumbria
  • Learn how to inspire behaviour change with your target audiences
  • Understand how to develop a customer centric approach to your activities
  • Consider the use of local intelligence - using Insight to deliver Impact
  • Opportunity to Network


  • Hannah Bladen - Hannah is Strategic Lead for Local Delivery at Sport England and will outline the new Strategy from Sport England 'Towards an Active Nation 2016 -2021'

  • Paul Roberts - Paul is an expert in helping organisations to unleash sustainable customer-led growth. He is currently working with Active Cumbria on their approach to customer centricity.

  • Jo Cound - Jo is a Community Sport Relationship Manager at Sport England covering Cumbria and will share Sport England's perspective on Behaviour Change

Places are limited, so book early...

4th November 2016, 10am - 4pm
Low Wood Bay Hotel, Windermere
£20 per person, a light lunch and refreshments will be provided

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