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Sent:                               04 October 2016 09:30


Subject:                          CSP Bulletin - September 2016



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October 2016



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Welcome to the CSP Bulletin - October 2016 Edition






Cornwall Sports Partnership with Podium Partners has launched a new and innovative service for the benefit of those playing, and involved in sport and physical activity in Cornwall.

Create a UNIQUE crowd funding campaign with us and ask 'the crowd' to support your project.

Claim Gift Aid on all the eligable donations your project receives, so every £100 a supporter gives is worth
£125 to you!



Crowd Funding





Cornwall Sports Partnership



Cardiac Rick in the Young (CRY) holds ECG screening clinics for those aged 14 to 35 at a number of established locations around the UK and they are coming to Cornwall in November.

Screening in Cornwall will take place:
Tuesday 8th November 2016
Wednesday 9th November 2016

Clinics will be held at Cornwall College Camborne and places must be booked in advance.





Following the recent national review, funding for the Cornwall School Games has been confirmed until 2020!

Set across four levels nationally, the School Games framework is fully inclusive and has been designed to increase the amount of competitive sport taking place across the school year. 

The 2017 Cornwall School Games is being held in the East of the county at Budehaven Community College & Launceston College.

Summer Games - Friday 30th June 2017



Cornwall School Games





Cornwall Sports Partnership



Over 1,300 people are now taking part in the #2016GAChallenge! It's not too late to sign-up and start your active lifestyle.


This week's theme is swimming, there's lots of great offers from providers for participants, so now's the time to dive straight in!





Every year, one-in-four of us will experience a mental health problem. Yet it is still something the majority of us are loath to talk about or address. This is something that has to change!

The Mental Health Charter, created by the Sport and Recreation Alliance sets out how sport can use its collective power to tackle mental ill health and the stigma that surrounds it.

Join us and register your organisation to the Mental Health Charter



Mental Health Charter





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