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Sport England reveals sustainable grants
IN THIS ISSUE
Plymouth scheme among seven projects to receive share of £10m funding package
04 COMMERCIAL
By Tom Walker Gatwick Airport to be sold
Praesepe nets acquisitions
Plymouth City Council has been
awarded £2m by Sport England
towards the construction costs
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of the city's new regional London baths to reopen
sports and leisure centre.
New site for Virgin Active
The funding will eat up a
fi fth of the funding body's
Sustainable Facilities Fund (SSF)
08 TOURISM
– a £10m pot of gold for which Brits shun overseas travel
Sport England received a total
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of 69 applications.
A total of six other projects
across the UK have qualifi ed for Plymouth's new £46.5m Life Centre has been handed a £2m grant
10 SPORT
SSF funding, while a further Funding for Durham project
four will have to develop their £700,000 towards the Rugby Club (£120,000)
GCCC submits ground plans
bids with the view of possibly redevelopment of the univer- completed the line up for this
receiving funding. sity's sports facilities. year's funding.
Manchester City Council and Durham University Richard Lewis, chair of Sport
12 ATTRACTIONS
British Cycling were given £3m (£500,000), Paignton Commu- England, said: "The high-quali- RBGE unveils visitor centre
towards plans to create a nity and Sports College ty facilities supported through
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National Indoor BMX Centre in (£300,000), Northrowram this fund will help us deliver a
Sportcity, while Nottingham Community Sports & Activity lasting legacy of increased
14 HOSPITALITY
Trent University will receive Club (£175,000) and Burnage participation in sport."
Carluccio's eyes growth
FIFA offi cial warns England to improve 2018 bid
Administration for Tootsies
16 ARTS & CULTURE
By Pete Hayman country, I am not convinced
they are making the most of
Manchester venue reopens
FIFA vice-president Jack Warner those attributes."
Disability scheme launched
has warned England's bid to
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H tion chair Lord Triesman told
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Central America and Caribbean IMAGE Triesman said: "We have
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Association Football, accused Wembley Stadium is to be the spent what must seem like a
the English bid of "creeping centrepiece of England's bid quiet period listening and
along" and not making the learning from the football
20 PROPERTY
most of its strengths. have thought they would be family worldwide. I don't regret Green light for film centre
According to The Guardian, galloping by now. that. But I take the point that
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Warner said: "I think England "I have seen many other bids, we now need to put what we
are creeping along. It's better and, while England has all the have learned to good use as we
than standing still but I would attributes to be a worthy host use our great assets effectively."
22 TRAINING
ASA unveils framework
THE LEISURE MEDIA COMPANY PUBLISHES
New Sports Leaders UK tool
24 TRAINING DIRECTORY
27 JOBS
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