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Welcome to the Sports Partnership Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Our purpose is to create a more active and healthier Herefordshire and Worcestershire by enabling a thriving, sustainable environment of physical activity and sport.
We are a vibrant, independent organisation committed to improving the lives of people in Herefordshire & Worcestershire through the power of physical activity and sport and we pride ourselves in being part of a forward thinking, national network of Active Partnerships.
Catch up with the latest news in your area below or visit our News page to find all things happening in your area.
Latest News - Home
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Sat, 16 Mar 2019
Ranked as the best one-day indoor meeting in the world, the Müller Indoor Grand Prix returns to... Read More »
Thu, 21 Mar 2019
Netball Youth Camps give junior players the chance to get together with their friends and take to the... Read More »
Sat, 23 Mar 2019
The 2019 Gymnastics World Cup returns to Birmingham on 23 March, and will showcase some of the best gymnasts... Read More »
Tue, 19 Mar 2019
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport.
Our Events calendar includes local UK Coaching workshops, Emergency First Aid courses, National Governing Body qualifications and other relevant local training opportunities.
Callum completes HHFS programme and transforms his lifestyle
"Callum is the definition of the positive impact that being active can make on individuals."
Couch to 5K Changed Helen's Life
"I've gained a sense of self belief, pride, confidence, new friends, a way to manage my anxiety & it has helped to bring a sparkle back I didn't even know was missing."
"I have some amazing mentors giving me constant help and advice, and opportunities to coach and learn. I'm excited about a whole new future."
Michelle's Shape Up Story
Thanks to the Wyre Forest Shape Up programme, Michelle has lost 3 stone, feels great and her blood pressure has returned to a health range!
Staying active was my key to recovery, says Di
I did get tired much more quickly and my muscles were weaker, but I stayed sane thanks to exercise. I believe I recovered more quickly thanks to it.
Thomas' Visually Impaired Yoga Story
This Satellite Club provides the opportunity for inactive visually impaired young people to engage in regular yoga sessions.
Through a visually impaired yoga programme, Thomas has improved his confidence, balance and mental health.
Venue: Royal National College for the Blind