News

September 2015

  • TourofBritain2015
    02.09.2015

    Suffolk to welcome 'Manx Missile' Mark Cavendish for Tour of Britain

    'Manx Missile' Mark Cavendish, the man with the most modern Aviva Tour of Britain stage wins to his name, will lead a strong Etixx Quick-Step team at the race this September, race organisers have announced. The former World and British Champion, from the Isle of Man, has 10 stage wins in the race to his name. Commenting on the confirmation of...
  • Deben Rowing
    01.09.2015

    Sportivate funding deadline released – 7th September 2015

    Over 9,000 teenagers and young adults in Suffolk have already benefited from Suffolk Sports, Sportivate project since April 2011. Suffolk Sport are happy to announce that additional funding has been made available to encourage even more innovative and demand led activity to take place in Suffolk between October 2015 and March 2016. Sportivate...
  • Workplace Challenge running on keyboard
    01.09.2015

    Getting the workforce active can help save the UK economy over £7 billion per year

    Shake Up September aims to increase workplace activity with ‘small steps, big impact’ message Employees across Suffolk are encouraged to try a new sport or activity this month, as Shake Up September from Workplace Challenge aims to get the nation’s workplaces more active. Workplace Challenge, the free, online activity programme which...

In brief

  • 01.09.2015

    Job Vacancy -Community Engagement Manager

    Places for People Leisure (previously DC Leisure) operate over 100 leisure centres across the UK and we’re expanding rapidly. Our team of passionate individuals make Places for People Leisure what it is today, and that’s the expert leisure operator in the industry. We see the whole team as our best asset and that’s why we’re committed to...
  • 01.09.2015

    Mildenhall Cycling Club Rally

    Torrential rain on Bank Holiday Monday brought this year’s Mildenhall Cycling Rally to a premature end! Organisers of the Rally, Mildenhall Cycling Club, reluctantly took the very difficult decision at lunchtime, as with many of the hundreds of campers having already left or about to leave early, there was no point in prolonging the...