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Partners

It takes a big effort to help sport in Wales thrive.

From the volunteers who give up their time so that others can take part.

The leisure centres, gyms and swimming pools that are hubs of local communities.

The administrators, coaches and PE teachers, without whom there wouldn’t be sport.

The sporting family is vast and Sport Wales works with lots of organisations and bodies to help support a significant amount of this activity.

Highlighted Content - Partners

Community Sport and Activity Programme

The Community Sport and Activity Programme (CSAP) project aims to transform the way Sport Wales supports…

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Free Swimming Initiative

What is the Free Swimming Initiative in Wales? Free Swimming in Wales was first launched in 2003.…

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Board Diversity

We believe it is important that our decision-makers are drawn from different backgrounds with different…

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Key Publications

Here you will find our library of key documents and publications.

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Safeguarding Children and Adults in Sport

Everyone in Wales has the right to take part in sport – and to do so in a safe environment. It…

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Governance and Leadership Framework

By the Sector for the SectorWe want the sports sector in Wales to be strong and sustainable. That’s…

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Latest News - Partners

Support package for sport’s freelance workers

Fitness instructors, personal trainers and coaches are among the sport sector’s self-employed and freelance…

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Sport Wales announces new sport sector learning programme

A major programme of learning and development for the Welsh sport sector will begin in January 2020,…

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Ten years of Young Ambassadors programme creating inspirational role models

The ten year anniversary of the Young Ambassadors programme in Wales will be marked at a special event…

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