Sport England have recently published some clarification on the impact of the government’s recent ‘rule of six’ restriction. Answers to some common questions can be found on their website. Some of the key points are: Team sports that have already had guidance approved by the government for the safe playing of their sport can continue to […]
Wokingham has had a Sports Council for over 40 years with members representing a good cross section of sports in the Borough.
The Constitution, briefly summarised, aims to co-ordinate, promote and develop opportunities and facilities for Sport in the Borough of Wokingham.
With a membership open to all local sporting bodies, schools, local government, sports centres and other national sporting bodies and councils, we aim to act as a focal point for concerns and queries about sport in the present and the future.
- courses in child protection and first aid in conjunction with WBC Sports Development;
- sport sponsorship for individuals under 18
- representation at the local strategic partnership dealing with health and well being
- our Annual Sports Awards
With our interface to local government the Sports Council is well placed to offer help and lobbying on sports-related matters.
Rugby in Berkshire soon available to even more people than ever. Berkshire Brigands Mixed Ability Rugby team hold regular sessions on Thursdays (6.30 – 8pm) and Saturdays (11am – 12.30pm) at Reading RFC starting on Saturday 26th September and is open to anyone aged 18 or over to join in. See also https://www.facebook.com/BrigandsRugby/videos/659372728312132 What is […]
Get Berkshire Active is launching a local campaign promoting physical activity as a priority in tackling the impact of the pandemic outbreak. The aims of the #MoveWithUsBerkshire Campaign are:- to increase engagement across Berkshire’s local communities, organisations and individuals; to encourage more Berkshire residents to become active; to support audiences that were mostly impacted by […]