Sport, Art and Play Development
The Worcester Sport, Art and Play Development service is managed by Freedom Leisure who are responsible for developing sports, arts and play within the city. This service is responsible for attracting considerable income generation into the City to support and develop service delivery.
Why get involved?
Sport, Arts & Play can improve the lives of individuals, raise self esteem, improve confidence levels and provide enjoyment to individuals. Sport, Art & Play can also have a much larger part to play in; building safer & stronger communities, strengthening the economy, developing the skills of local people and meeting the needs of children as well as providing a wide range of health benefits. Regular participation in sport, arts and play can reduce the likelihood of ill health, reducing mortality risk, as well as playing a significant part in helping to tackle obesity.
We work with all ages of people, local community groups and settings, leisure centres, sports clubs, National Governing Bodies of Sport, Schools, Colleges, The University of Worcester, local charities and more.
Recognition of the need to invest in preventative health is a growing priority in government strategies and spending. Regular participation in sport, arts and play can reduce the likelihood of ill health, reducing mortality risk, as well as playing a significant part in helping to tackle obesity.
Get in touch
To develop an understanding of the local needs, we always welcome your feedback and have developed a range of methods for you to do this:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to contact a member of the team or call 07710 708867 or 07710 708868
- Complete a 1-minute survey to help feedback on key areas for us to develop.
to find out more Sport Development across the County, please visit the Sports Partnership Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
Contact the team
Tel: 07710 708867 or 07710 708868
Address: Sport, Art & Play Development Team, The Guildhall, High Street, Worcester, WR1 2EY
To find out more Sport Development information from a county wide perspective please visit the Sports Partnership Herefordshire and Worcestershire.