Tag Archives: Parliamentary Inquiry

Scottish Schools Sports Facilities – an audit by sportscotland

   I was very pleased when I heard during the Scottish Parliaments Health and Sport Inquiry into Support for Community Sport, that SportScotland was commissioning Sheffield Hallam University to undertake an audit of the sports facilities in Scottish schools. It is interesting that the Report makes no mention of Sheffield Hallam University. Was there any […]

Charlie’s Response to the Scottish Parliament Inquiry Report into Support for Community Sport

A brief history Since the summer of 2012 I have been waiting in anticipation for the publication of the Scottish Parliament Inquiry into Support for Community Sport. The Report was finally published on Wednesday 16 January 2013. I have had time to study the report in detail and now feel ready to give my thoughts on its […]

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Inquiry into Support for Community Sport in Scotland – Charlie Speculates on the Reports conclusions

We can anticipate that the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee Report will be published in the next two weeks. This Report will be the second Report by the Committee on sport in three years. Sadly the first Report was largely a damp squib for those interested in developing sport. So, I feel the need […]

The Scottish Parliament

Support for Community Sport – 2nd paper

In July 2012 the Health and Sport Committee launched its Inquiry into Support for Community Sport. The Inquiry follows an Inquiry into Pathways into Sport undertaken by the Committee in 2009.My response to the Health and Sport Committee’s  Convenor’s  encouragement and invitation to submit further written evidence as the Committee’s Inquiry progresses.  After the Meeting […]