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  • The Great British Tennis Weekend

    GBTW2015 180x180   Facebook Profile ImageThe Great British Tennis Weekend is an opportunity for children and adults to try tennis, free of charge, at clubs across the Country this summer. There will be lots of fun activities with coaching sessions for all ages as well as free play where you just turn up and play on a court.  Clubs can hold an event anytime during the summer and more details can be found at https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/OpenDays

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  • UKCC Level 1 coaching courses

    SAM 8042 (2)Avon & Wiltshire Netball are pleased to confirm the following UKCC Level 1 coaching courses have been confirmed and are now open for bookings.

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  • Wiltshire College Activator Role

    Wiltshire College logoWiltshire college is presently recruiting for an Activator at their Lackham Campus.

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  • Walking Tennis in Salisbury

    Learning Disability Large 1I am writing to you on behalf of the charity Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire based here in Wilton Road, Salisbury.

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  • Power of an Active School

    Power of an Active SchoolWe would like to offer a bespoke Power of an Active School twilight session to your school. This is aimed at all teaching staff, support staff, Headteachers and Governors in the development of healthy active lifestyles across a school.

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  • Change4Life : Star Wars

    Change for LifeOn the School Zone you will find Change4Life curriculum-linked materials to support primary school teachers to encourage children to eat a healthy and balanced diet, as well as easy ways to get kids to move more during the school day.

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  • Activity Alliance new Ten Principles film

    10 Principles   Presenter Kris at Wheels for All cycling sessionActivity Alliance, supported by Sport England, has today released the Ten Principles film to guide providers to deliver more appealing and inclusive opportunities. If embedded within planning and delivery, the principles can be the vital ingredient for delivering activities that will support disabled people to be and stay active for life.

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  • Activity Alliance launches new Inclusive Activity Programme

    IAP RGBActivity Alliance is delighted to announce the launch of the brand new Inclusive Activity Programme (IAP). The announcement comes during Coaching Week (4-10 June) after a successful application to Sport England which will see £450,000 of National Lottery funding dedicated to the programme. Over three years, the programme will engage key groups in specialised training with the aim to increase the number of active disabled people across England.

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  • Association of College Sport (AOC)

    Association of College Sport AOCAoC Sport is the membership organisation for colleges, leading the development of sport and physical activity in 16+ education. We believe that sport and physical activity are essential components of college life, giving students significant advantages in education, employment and health. 

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  • Age UK and staying active for longer

    Age uk  1It’s really important to exercise and stay physically active as you get older. Here we have tips and advice on keeping fit and how to stay active as you get older. WASP are pleased to be working with Age UK Wiltshire to recruit and train leaders for their Fitness and Friendship clubs.

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    Coach and Workforce Education Programme 2018


    Next Emergency First Response on 17th July 

    Present Safeguarding course 2


    Your local Race for Life events

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    Sport England

    Sport England

    Working in a number of different ways to get more people active through sport and exercise

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    This Girl Can

    This Girl Can

    A nationwide campaign to get women and girls moving, regardless of shape, size and ability.

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    Club Matters

    Club Matters

    One stop shop for sports clubs, helping you develop and run a sustainable club

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    Together We Will

    Together We Will

    Supports disabled people with their friends and family to become more active

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    School Hire

    School Hire

    Maximise the use of your facilities with Leading online rental portal SchoolHire

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    • Funding
    • Foyle Foundation - Small Grant Scheme

    foyle foundation logoOur Small Grants Scheme is designed to support smaller charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities.  Please note we are not able to support individuals.

    Applications are welcomed from charities that have an annual turnover of less than £150,000 per annum. Larger or national charities will normally not be considered under this scheme. Nor will the Scheme generally support charities that are able consistently to generate operational surpluses or which have built up considerable unrestricted reserves.

    Please note that competition for funding is intense and we receive many more applications than we are able to fund.

    How much can you apply for?

    We plan to make one year grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 for core costs, equipment or project funding to charities which can show that such a grant will make a significant difference to their work. If you cannot demonstrate this, your application will be declined. Please note that demonstrating ongoing sustainability is also important, particularly if you have recently lost local authority or other regular funding.

    Other Information

    There are no deadlines for submission. Applications will be received at all times but it may take up to four months to obtain a decision from Trustees. Please apply well in advance of your requirements.

    If applying for funding towards a capital project please apply towards the end of your fundraising campaign, when the majority of funding has been raised and you have an estimated start date for the works.  If your application is successful, the pledged grant offer is only valid for 12 months.  Please note that the Foundation does not fund feasibility studies. 

    If a grant is awarded it can only be used for purchases after the grant is approved.  The Foundation does not offer retrospective funding. 

    Multi-year grants will generally not be made. 

    Please note that once you have received a grant from The Foundation you will not be a priority for funding in the following year.

    Applications are acknowledged by email or by post within two weeks of receipt, including applications which do not qualify for consideration which will be rejected.  If you do not receive an acknowledgement, please contact The Foundation to confirm safe receipt of your request.

    How to Apply

    1. Applicants should complete the Small Grants Scheme Application Form and supply additional information requested.
    2. A signed copy of your latest full annual accounts must be supplied. 
    3. Copy of your latest bank statement
    4. Your current annual budget or expected income/expenditure for this current financial year.
    5. If there is a gap year between the signed accounts supplied and your current annual budget, please provide your total and expenditure figures for that middle year. 

    Please also refer to the list of Frequently Asked Questions on the Foyle Foundation website under the How to Apply page.

    Please send your application to:

    The Foyle Foundation
    Rugby Chambers
    2 Rugby Street
    London WC1N 3QU

    At present, the Foundation does not accept applications electronically.



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