A weekly ‘parkrun’ held at Edge Hill University has been hailed a success in a recent report commissioned by the NHS.
Students at Edge Hill University will have more chances to play sport thanks to £213,689 National Lottery funding from Sport England’s University Sport Activation Fund.
Physical Education and School Sport students are heading off to the village of Masaka to work with young people supported by the Molly and Paul Childcare Foundation, which provides education and care for underprivileged children in Uganda.
Edge Hill is hosting a charity football tournament which will see eight teams battle it out over 12 hours of non-stop football action to raise money for charity Tackle Africa.
The second phase of an exciting £30 million project to build a new state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor sports complex at Edge Hill University will open early in 2015.
Talented sports stars who secure and accept a place at Edge Hill University could now be awarded a scholarship worth up to £1000 per academic year.
Sporting Edge has been officially recognised for ensuring that more disabled people then ever before have access to fitness facilities.
Get in the Christmas spirit and help raise money for charity by taking part in Ormskirk’s first Santa Dash at Edge Hill University.
Children who enjoy sports can fill their school holidays with some action-packed activities if they sign up to the CATS Club.
Get active at Sporting Edge during Inclusive Fitness Week – an incentive that aims to get more disabled people taking part in sport.