Why We Do It
The value of sport to Nottinghamshire extends beyond sport for sports sake.
2012/13 was indeed a apecial year for sport in Nottinghamshire to celebrate this and to promote our fantastic sporting heritage we have prepared a short video. The video includes clips of some of Nottinghamshire's most iconic sporting events and venues. Also interviews with Cllr Kay Cutts, Cllr John Trimble, Cllr John Cottee, Anne Rippon (Strategic Lead Sport England), Neville Burrell, Tracey Francis (Trent Bridge), Paul Fearon, Chris Joyce (Burton Joyce Archery), Mike Spare (Archery Development Officer)
A selection of sporting moments related to athletes and venues from and across Nottinghamshire, set to the music of Jake Bugg a singer who's recently made it big who was born in Clifton, Nottingham. Visuals include Etienne Stott and Tim Bailee, Carl Froch, Rebecca Adlington, Charlotte Henshaw, Sophie Wells, Ollie and Sam Hynde, Nottingham Lions Ice Hockey, Richard Whitehead, Trent Bridge, Nottingham Forest Football Club, Simon Wilson, Nottingham Tennis Centre and many more - enjoy....
Sport brings many benefits to communities and individuals such as improving health and community safety, increasing skills, employment and economic growth and providing new opportunities for children and young people.
Our core team and partners believe passionately in this philosophy and will endeavor to ensure that we deliver opportunities, guidance and information efficiently and effectively, which will enable the achievement of our key objectives within the resources we have available to us.
in 2010 the East Midlands Development Agency commisioned a video 'Championing' The East Midlands, they did a great job. You can view this video below.
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