Sports Minister Tracey Crouch launched a nine week public consultation on UK Sport. She wants to hear from interested groups and the public - people who are involved in sport and people who arenít - on what more can be done to use sport to help improve many more lives. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-kicks-off-consultation-to-help-strengthen-sport-across-the-country
The Council has launched a consultation on the future of Church Farm and Copthall Leisure Centres at https://engage.barnet.gov.uk/adult-social-services/sports-and-physical-activity-cf-copthall.
The categories and criteria for the new ASA Aquatics Awards 2015 have now been finalised, with nominations opening on Wednesday 1 July. http://www.swimming.org/asa/about-us/asa-aquatics-awards/
London Swimming invites nominations for the David Barnes and Flo Barnes Trophies which are awarded to an individual (male and female) who has made an outstanding contribution as an official or poolside helper in the London Region. http://www.londonswimming.org/2015/07/london-swimming-awards-2015/
The ASA has published its Annual Report athttp://www.swimming.org/assets/ASA_Annual_Report_2015.pdf.
SportsCoach UK has published a guide to funding opportunities for courses http://www.sportscoachuk.org/sites/default/files/91290%20Funding%20Guide%20v2.pdf.
Details of England Swimming Programmes are available on the London Swimming Website at http://www.londonswimming.org/2015/08/england-swimming-2015-2016-development-programme-for-athletes-coaches/