The event is an opportunity for members of the network to come together and share knowledge, skills and expertise with the purpose of improving physical activity and sports provision for those living with disabilities.
American Express Community Stadium
Village Way Brighton,
BN1 9BLUnited Kingdom+ Google Map
To be confirmed.
Food & Drink
Refreshments and snacks will be available.
Please note there is ample parking and then stadium lies just south off the A27 motorway. Take the exit toward the B2123 Falmer.
Falmer Station is adjacent to the Amex Stadium concourse and there are regular services all day to Brighton and Lewes. For information on services and times visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
There are also a wide range of bus routes that serve the Amex. From Brighton the 25 bus service is the best to use because you can be dropped off right outside the stadium entrance. Services 28 and 29 can also be used if you don’t mind a short walk.
The stadium is fully accessible however, If you have any specific medical requirements or concerns please contact Ross Joannides Strategic Relationship Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking place on Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 September, this year’s Winter Exchange follows our trusted format: Networking, Forum sessions and the Trade Exchange (pre-scheduled meetings between Buyers and Suppliers). Attendees also experience a free skiing & snowboarding session and attend an evening dinner and drinks.
The 2019 Forum theme is ‘Opportunity’
The Snow Centre, St Albans Hill, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP3 9NH
The Active Sussex Network brings together member organisations and local partners that deliver sport and physical activity across Sussex including: local authorities, leisure trusts, national governing bodies of sport, health agencies, educational & community organisations.
Meeting twice a year in central Sussex locations, partners receive strategic policy briefings, attend themed workshops and have the opportunity to network.
The date for the Active Sussex Conference & AGM is Thursday 19 September 2019, at the Amex Stadium, Falmer.
A key ethos behind Our Parks is community empowerment and the principle that everyone has the right and should have the opportunity, to take part in exercise regardless of barriers, whether it’s cost or convenience.
He will deliver his inspiring story where he will challenge delegates to focus their attention on how they can make an impact.
Professor Jim McKenna, Professor of Physical Activity and Health and Head of the Active Lifestyles Research Centre from Leeds Beckett University, delivered his inspiring presentation – ‘Simplexity of Sport and Physical Activity’ where he challenged delegates to focus their attention on how they can make an impact.
Watch Delegate videos from the Active Sussex Network 2019 here
Read more about the Active Sussex Network 2019 here
Photo gallery from the Active Sussex Network 2019here
Read more about Professor Jim McKenna Keynote Speaker here
LISTEX Winter Exchange 2019 Taking place on Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 September, this year’s Winter Exchange follows our trusted format: Networking, Forum sessions and the Trade Exchange (pre-scheduled meetings between Buyers and Suppliers). Attendees […]