Shaping the Future of UK Snowsports
Snowsport England invites all to 2016 Club and Facilities Conference
Snowsport clubs, slopes, and a range of other skiing and snowboarding organisations from across the country will come together this June to help shape the future of snowsports at Snowsport England’s annual Clubs and Facilities Conference.
Held on Tuesday 7th June 2016 at Sportpark in Loughborough, industry partners who want to have a say in how domestic snowsports can be developed, and has ideas on how the country’s clubs and facilities can play even more of a role are invited to attend.
The day is a chance to network, share ideas and best practice, as well as discussing or simply listening into discussions about future initiatives and campaigns. The Conference will also give organisations the chance to hear about how the imminent changes in government funding of sport and the possible impact on snowsports.
Highlights of the 2016 Conference include an update from Sport England, which will focus on their new strategy for sport, funding and youth segmentation followed by a discussion on how the snowsports industry can capitalise on these changes. Followed by a networking lunch, the afternoon will see young talented athletes address the room, before an update from Snowsport England on future activities and a chance to explore how the industry can work together to increase snowsports participation.
Jan Doyle from Snowsport England, said of the day: “The Club and FacilitIes Conference is as always a key date in the Snowsport England calendar. It is one of the few opportunities when all our key stakeholders come together to discuss how we can move forward as an industry and work together to help shape the future of our industry. We invite all clubs, slopes and other interested parties to attend.”
As well as clubs, artificial slopes and indoor snow centres, anyone interested in attending the Club and Facility Conference can register HERE. The day begins at 9.30am and is complimentary for Snowsport England stakeholders.