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18 Weeks and Counting

18 Weeks and Counting

I will be 55 in just 18 weeks time. For me life will be able to take another step into the next season in my life.

When this happens I am hoping to make greater use of this site for my musings on life and the world around! I have one big interview in May which might put these plans back a little bit (about 4 years) but either way there will be more time for travel and writing.

Stay tuned.


Seasons in Life - The Next one for Andy and Saje Impact

There are seasons to life I believe. Well it certainly feels like that as I start September 201Changes in 2018!8.

A number of Sport Board positions come to their natural end after several years of voluntary service - The Sport & Recreation Alliance , Special Olympic and CIMSPA . I want to thank everybody who has helped and supported me during the last 8 years since leaving Parliament (losing the election!) and welcoming me into the world of sport.

It has been another fascinating learning curve working with a sector I have passion for and trying to bring a fresh perspective and influence practise and policy. I will continue to do this but in different ways over the next 'season', mainly through The Sports Think Tank and through SAJEIMPACT LTD where I have generated a series of partnerships to bring the best people I have worked with to the sector - like David Slemen Sport:80 Services Limited . As always Loughborough University Loughborough University London will play a large part of what I do.

I will announce a few new NED positions too over the coming weeks.

I have always had a passion for my home county so I will be doing more economic growth work in Leicestershire through the LLEP too

Here is to the new season. Even if that includes retiring formally from Birstall RFC!

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Andy Reed Speaks at LondonSport Conference

Posted: Thu, 26 Nov 2015 11:33

Andy Reed Speaks at LondonSport Conference

Andy Reed Speaks at LondonSport Conference

Andy Reed was a guest speaker at the LondonSport conference for Primary PE at Lords yesterday.

Andy was speaking to delegates about the government comprehensive spending review and its impact on sport.

Andy said "The Chancellor sat down at about 2pm and I needed to brief the conference by 3.30 on what it all meant for our sector. Fortunately some of the news was better than expected for sport in the DCMS announcement and hopefully for school sport.

"However, I was very cautious about the implications in the cuts announced in Public Health and in local government where leisure and tackling obesity are large beneficiaries of their budgets"

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