Help shape Sport and Physical Activity for the future

The Winchester District Sport and Physical Activity Framework 2018-23, is now available for consultation.

The Framework is the third of its kind since the Winchester District Sport and Physical Activity Alliance Advisory Board was established in 2006 and has been refreshed with reference to emerging strategies from the Government, Sport England and Energise Me. It offers guidance and support for all sporting organisations across the District, for the next five years. Sports clubs and those who have responsibility for delivering sport and physical activity in the district can give their views here: The deadline for comment is 12 January 2018.

There is also still time to nominate people and organisations involved in sport and physical activity for the 2017 Winchester District Sports Awards.  Nominations can be made online with the closing date for entries on Friday 5 January 2018 for the following categories:  Junior Sportsman; Junior Sportswoman; Senior Sportsperson; Disability Sportsperson; Making a Difference; Team; Coach; Club; Volunteer; Service to Sport. All nominees must one of the following: A resident in the Winchester District; Attending an educational establishment in the Winchester District; Linked to a sports club based in the Winchester District. To nominate please visit or for further information please contact the Sport & Physical Activity Team on 01962 848329 or email

Cllr Lisa Griffiths, Portfolio Holder for Health and Wellbeing at Winchester City Council commented:

For me, Winchester District Sports Awards, is one of the highlight events of the year when we take time out to thank all of the shining stars, volunteers and coaches who make the District so special in terms of how we view sport and Physical Activity. The quality and quantity of the nominations we receive each year always amazes me and it is a joy to read through each and every one of them.

The Sports Awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 1 February 2018.