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1 Derbyshire Club Conference Erewash Borough Council Overview for Club Development

2 What is Sport and Health Development?? Two key aims: To provide as many high quality sport and active recreation opportunities within the borough as possible to its residents addressing barriers to participation. To provide solutions to health inequalities and address peoples barriers to living a healthier life.

3 How do we do it??? To provide as many high quality sport and active recreation opportunities within the borough as possible to its residents addressing barriers to participation. Provide support to as many clubs as possible to achieve clubmark within their respective sports. Provide support to clubs to try to access volunteers, funding, education and coaching courses to assist in the quality and sustainability of their delivery. Provide a link with Derbyshire Sport to access regional and county projects and funding (Sportivate, Club Developers, County Funding bids). To support the Community Sports Network and any sport specific forums within the borough to ensure the needs of clubs and sport are met within the Council strategically. To work with the school sport partnership to increase the opportunities for high quality sports activities, and to ensure these activities are effectively linked to community provision.

4 To provide solutions to health inequalities and address peoples barriers to living a healthier life. Run projects that directly address a health inequality. For example PACE addresses childhood obesity and healthy eating education. Walking for health addresses activity for people who will not access services in a gym environment etc. Assist in the delivery of clinical projects i.e exercise referral, cardiac rehab Support clubs to hold recreational and return to sessions to try to provide opportunities for non competitive participation within existing structures. Support the work of health partners and other agencies. Link to regional and county initiatives.

5 How are we doing currently? NI8: Adult participation in 30 minutes moderate intensity sport and active recreation 12 days out of the last 4 week (equivalent to 30 minutes on 3 or more days a week). Erewash: 21.12% compared to 23.00% in Derbyshire and 22.89% nationally. (alphabetical) APS5/6 (October October 2012) Number of days participation in the last 28 days None 1 to 11 days 12 to 19 days 20 to 28 days Base Erewash49.3%29.6%9.8%11.4%971 Third highest inactive population in the county, third best for 1 to 11 days, second worst for 12 to 19 days, second worst for 20 to 28 days. Need to increase the number of people doing sustained activity. Over 35% of people meet the 1 x 30 indicator (once a week).

6 Other indicators 5.7% of people in Erewash give some time to volunteering in Sport this compares to 8% across Derbyshire. 24.1% of people in Erewash are members of a Sports Club, this compares to 21.6% across Derbyshire. 16.8% of people in Erewash were coached in the last month, this compares to 16.4% across Derbyshire. 14.8% of people in Erewash took part in competitive sport last month, this compares to 14% across Derbyshire.

7 Priorities for club working Sustaining the large number of clubs within the area, increasing their membership or the opportunities that they offer. Working with clubs to diversify their offer to include opportunities for others for example women and girls, older people, people with disabilities.

8 Contact details Ian Tinto Sport and Health Development Manager Erewash Borough Council c/o Sandiacre Friesland Sport Center Nursery Avenue Sandiacre NG10 4AE ext 4314


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