We’re inviting Expressions of Interest to form Sport North Wales: a groundbreaking new organisation, which will make a real difference to our communities. This presents a unique opportunity to transform the provision in our region and get people hooked on an active lifestyle.
We have a strong sporting culture, a solid community sport platform to build from, an outstanding and perhaps unrivalled natural environment, superb sporting facilities, and a dedicated skilled workforce that wants to be empowered to innovate and achieve greater success.
We know that people in North Wales want to be active – in fact over a quarter of the total population in the region would like to do more and as we are all aware, there are gaps that we need to address. Women and girls, disabled people, those living in poverty and people from specific ethnic groups are all less likely to take part in sport and physical activity.
By creating Sport North Wales, we aim to get more people active and narrow these gaps in participation. We are looking for organisations who will take on the exciting challenge of building on existing best practice to create active, healthy communities that we all want to live in; who will broaden the range and number of community sport options across North Wales; and who will work with all sectors of the community to create real change.
We know there are many who share our ambition, and we believe this is an opportunity for ambitious, forward thinking organisations across a range of sectors. Whether you are a local authority, educational establishment, health organisation, charity, social enterprise or leisure operator – we invite you to become part of an innovative structure to give everyone, regardless of where they live in North Wales, the chance to fulfil their potential through sport: to get active and stay active, for life.
We welcome you to the next stage of forming Sport North Wales. Please submit your Expression of Interest and be part of something great.
Together, we can transform sport and physical activity in North Wales. Play Your Part.