A Festival of Sport for Good…
more sport in our communities, more community in our sports
2 days with keynotes, workshops, networking, demonstrations and panel debates
Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
4th – 5th July 2018
Bringing everybody together with an interest in raising the profile of the great work that sport is doing in our communities developing even better work and initiatives…learning from best practice both within and outside sport
More sport in our communities, more community in our sport
This event is aimed at Community Trusts at football, rugby union, rugby league and other professional and semi-professional sports clubs; cricket boards, governing bodies of sport, sports charities, community bodies, social enterprises, patient organisations, community sports providers and others with an interest in developing more sport in our communities and more community in our sport from across the United Kingdom and Northern Europe
This event is not about policies and strategies. It focuses on best practice and provides thoughts, tools and to-dos. It provides opportunities for successful providers to highlight capabilities. Real stories and successes are to be told, lessons to be learned, and ideas and experiences to be shared on how to create a more vibrant, visible and viable Sport for Good sector
In Partnership with:
#MoreThanSport is organised in partnership between two of the UK’s leading community sports consultants and information providers
Current clients include Bath Rugby Foundation, Ospreys in the Community, Derby County Community Trust, Cardiff City Community Foundation, Raith Rovers Community Foundation, Argyle Community Trust, Fulham FC Foundation, Tigers Sports and Education, Blackpool FC Community Trust, Widnes Vikings Sports Foundation, the Tessa Sanderson Foundation and a number of others.
We work with a variety of providers across the UK and Denmark and run conferences and seminars on enterprise and innovation in partnership with sportscotland, Sport Wales, England Golf, Cricket Scotland, London Legacy Development Corporation and Copenhagen City Council.