Hundreds of schoolchildren enjoy sun soaked day of sport
July 10th, 2018
The iconic Stoke Mandeville Stadium played host to over 1,000 children on Thursday (5th July) as they competed for medals in the 6th Bucks and Milton Keynes School Games. Dozens of schools from all over the county – from Wycombe to South Bucks, to Chiltern, Aylesbury Vale and Milton Keynes – took part in an Olympic style festival of sport. In […]
Featured partner – Stoke Mandeville Stadium
June 25th, 2018
Joseph Pegg Dryside and Disability Development Manager for Stoke Mandeville Stadium Joe Pegg told us about his priorities for the year, why he’s passionate about working at Stoke Mandeville and his claim to fame! What are your top 3 priorities over the coming year? Provide more opportunities for people with learning difficulties or disabilities to take […]
Nominate your local heroes who make sport and activity happen
June 15th, 2018
The unsung heroes of your local club could be in line for glittering awards later this year in the Bucks sporting version of the Oscars. Nominations are now open for the 13th annual Bucks & MK Sport Awards – the biggest event of its kind in the area. And we’re asking you to take part by naming the people […]
New board members will help us improve the lives of local residents
June 11th, 2018
We’re pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to the Leap board, and at the same time we say farewell and thank you to two existing board members and our Chairman who has completed his maximum permitted term. Following an open recruitment process we’ve recruited two new board members, alongside a new Chair […]
Having a mentor “shoots you out of a cannon”, like a computer game when you go over a square and it gives you a power boost!
June 1st, 2018
We caught up with Netball coach Santria Jones to ask her some questions around being involved with Leap’s Coaching Development Programme. Here’s what she had to say… Why did you join the Leap Coaching Development Programme? I was adrift from completing my level 2 and hadn’t thought more about focusing on coaching. I am part of […]
Featured partner – Wendover Woods Forestry Commission
May 25th, 2018
Katie Stapleton The new Active Forest Co-ordinator for Wendover Woods Forestry Commission told us about her priorities for the year, why she’d love to work with you and how she likes her tea. What are your top 3 priorities over the coming year? To increase awareness of the […]
Experts gather to make sport and activity more accessible for disabled people.
January 18th, 2018
The ‘Beast from the East’ meant we had to postpone the Bucks & MK Disability Summit, but we’ve set a new date to go ahead. Tuesday 22 May 18, 10:00am – 1:00pm Let’s hope there’s no snow in May! Experts gather to make sport and activity more accessible for disabled people. The second Bucks & […]
January 15th, 2018
In line with the requirements of the Bucks Safe Practice in School Swimming Policy, develop your school swimming team with the National Curriculum Training Programme (NCTP) Class teachers and other adults who already have an established relationship with your pupils are absolutely the best placed people to make school swimming a success in your school. […]
Has becoming a parent made me a better coach?
December 21st, 2017
The recent birth of my son was one of the most amazing and memorable days of my life, on a par only with the day I married my wife. It changes the way you look at everything; decisions you make, reasons for those decisions, how you manage day to day, sacrifices you make. It also […]
Christmas is a Clause for Celebration at Alfriston Sports College, with a fun She Rallies Tennis Festival!
December 21st, 2017
Alfriston Sports College celebrated the start of advent with a fun packed She Rallies Festival! The event was run by Alfriston’s tennis coach and She Rallies Activator, Karen Atkinson. Supported by Melanie Burn, Tennis Coach and another Bucks She Rallies Activator. The pair cooked up a feast of festive fun for a group of 10 […]