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Sport Brighton staff member wins Sussex FA Community Award

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Published: Thursday, 20 July 2017 16:08 Written by Dominic Onions

Sussex County FA Community Awards

Beth Garner, Sports Club Coordinator for Sport Brighton has been recognised for her ‘invaluable commitment to the grassroots game’ by being awarded with the Sussex County FA Football Workforce Young Volunteer Award.

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Fun In The Sun Success

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Published: Thursday, 20 July 2017 09:35 Written by Dominic Onions

University of Brighton Staff Enjoy Vice-Chancellor's Sporting Event

Staff members from the University of Brighton were invited to attend an evening of games and activities outside the Falmer Sports Pavilion on Wednesday evening, 19th July. Sport Brighton planned and delivered the event on behalf of Debra Humphris, University of Brighton Vice-Chancellor.

The aptly named event tempted fate and unfortunately the weather was not on our side and resulted in a change of plan from outdoor games, including Stoolball, to various sporting activities and games under the UV light, followed by a taste of Wheelchair Basketball within the dry Falmer Sports Centre.

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University Cricket Activator

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Published: Tuesday, 18 July 2017 17:21 Written by Dominic Onions

University of Brighton Parklife Engagement Officer

Parklife is the social and recreational sport strand of Sport Brighton’s service to the University of Brighton. Designed to engage students and staff into more activity; leagues, drop-in sessions and one-off events so everyone can ‘play your way’.

A Parklife Engagement Officer has a variety of roles to choose from to match their skill-set. A media role provides the opportunity to build the Parklife brand and promotion of its programme via various options such as social media management, journalism, photography, filmography, graphic design and more. An activator chooses a specific Parklife session to facilitate its promotion, delivery and administration to create a positive and successful activity for students.

Sport Brighton are currently seeking a Cricket Activator within the Parklife Engagement Officer team.

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University Tennis Ambassador

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Published: Tuesday, 18 July 2017 16:05 Written by Dominic Onions

University of Brighton Tennis Ambassador

Parklife is the social and recreational sport strand of Sport Brighton’s service to the University of Brighton. Designed to engage students and staff into more activity; leagues, drop-in sessions and one-off events so everyone can ‘play your way’.

As part of the Parklife volunteering programme we partner with various national governing bodies of sport to develop a sport-specific activator role tasked with improving the respective sports Parklife offer in the wider programme. Through the partnerships comes an increased amount of support and benefits to the role.

In partnership with the Tennis Foundation we are looking for students to apply for the Tennis Ambassador role.

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