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StreetGames wins Sports Development organisation of the year


At the Merthyr Local Authority awards evening for volunteers and clubs held in Aberfan, StreetGames won the Sports Development  club/organisation of the year for the Streetgames work going on and being delivered within Merthyr. This was highlighted by a cross agency/department approach with Sports development, youth Service, C1st, Housing Association, Boys & Girls clubs, and BTP all being involved.

Take your project international with MOVE week!


Want to give your young leaders the chance to get involved in an international event to promote physical activity? StreetGames is the lead UK partner for MOVE week and we want you to get involved!

Keeping Up With Kerry Update


I completed my 2nd challenge....... I crossed the Tough Mudder finish line on 16th August (a 12 mile run over rough terrain with obstacles). This was event that I was most apprehensive about because of the type of obstacles you encounter. For example; 'Arctic Enema' is an industrial skip full of freezing water filled with ice, which you have to submerge yourself in to get through. All I can say is that it was as horrendous as it sounds! The other obstacle that I found difficult was 'cage crawl'. I've included some pics of this.

Unusual sports a winner at this year’s Multi-Sport Festivals


Once again, this summer the StreetGames Multi-Sport Festivals took over venues in London, Manchester and Cardiff in partnership with Coca-Cola GB. Over 3000 participants aged 12-25 had the fantastic opportunity to take part in a variety of well-loved sports with a StreetGames twist, including badminton and basketball, as well as more unusual offerings such as bubble football and BMX. Also supporting the festivities were our 200 volunteers who had the chance to deliver sports sessions and organise VIP tours. 

Keeping up with Kerry

The StreetGames team always welcomes determined indivuals to jump into a personal challenge and fundraise for StreetGames at the same time.  Kerry Rockey is undertaking an enormous feat and not only taking part in one event but FIVE.  Kerry is one race down and we will have regular updates of her experiences.  If you would like to support Kerry please visit her fundraising page.

Become a MOVE agent with StreetGames


Too few Europeans enjoy the benefits of a physically active lifestyle. Too many are either inactive or not sufficiently active. As a result, many European citizens and European societies are paying the price for health problems associated with physical inactivity, including lower life quality, shorter life expectancy and the economic impact of expensive healthcare bills.

It’s Never Too Young to Start Fundraising!


Ava, an inspiring 12 year old from York shares her story:

StreetGames welcome Hong Kong delegation


In May StreetGames was contacted by Hong Kong Children & Youths Services(HKCYS) in China. They were visiting London and wanted to include a visit to a StreetGames project in their plans.

The focus of the visit was to understand different approaches to youth development and health interventions in the UK.

In June three members of HKCYVS arrive in London and met with a number of youth and sports organisations.

Their interest in our work was specifically around two key areas:

StreetGames goes Commonwealth crazy this summer


The Commonwealth Games has arrived and we have a host of activities taking place to celebrate the event and ensure disadvantaged young people are involved in this national celebration.