- The Olympic Torch route has just been announced
- Have your say on community sport in London
- Go On: ND2012– 7th National Digital Conference
8,000 torchbearer will carry the Olympic torch across the UK from Saturday 19 May – Friday 27 July. It will take 70 days to travel around the country from as far south as Jersey in the Channel Islands to The Shetlands in the north. The torch will be carried through Bromley on 23rd July, you can read more from this link.back to top
With London 2012 on the horizon, the time has come to set out a clear, coordinated approach to community sport in London.
A consultation document has been produced by the 5 Pro-Actives, Greater London Authority and Sport England that summarises the possible components of a shared vision and structure to achieve better joint working across all organisations and more efficient use of resource.
The consultation document can be viewed by clicking here
It asks a number of key questions on which we would like your opinion. YouGov, an independent research agency, has been commissioned to collate and analysis responses.
The closing date for responses is 4pm Thursday 5th April 2012. There is a proforma at the back of the consultation document for your response. If you have any queries or technical issues with the consultation, please contact YouGov by e-mail at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=consultation
Your response will remain completely confidential. They will not be reported on at an individual level and your details will not be passed on to any third parties, in line with the Market Research Society Code of Conduct.
Date: 30-31 May 2012
Venue: Old Billingsgate
This event will l bring together over 2000 attendees to explore the policy, leadership, innovation and collective action needed to support a truly digital nation.
Go On: ND2012 will also explore the power of online social action and the campaign to support the last 8 million people online, looking at new tools, resources, and the opportunity to capitalise on the momentum of the Olympics. It will also explore the latest digital policy to support growth and enterprise in the UK, as well as driving digital innovation in public services and society.
Please click here for more information about the programme