Community Sports Networks (CSNs) are groups of local individuals and volunteers involved in sport and physical activity. CSNs bring together numerous organisations and sectors including sports clubs, health services, facility providers, schools and colleges, the police and local councils. The focus for CSNs is to identify local need and work together to attract funding to support the development of sports clubs, coaches and volunteers, promote the benefits of sport and physical activity and encourage greater participation in sporting opportunities. The networks also act as the local voice for sport and physical activity in their communities.

Active East Herts

Active East Herts is striving to develop a voice for sport in the local area. It welcomes any clubs, volunteers or sporting bodies to engage with and drive sport forward in the future.

W: www.activeeastherts.org

Active St Albans

Active St Albans is the Community Sports Network that covers the local authority boundaries of the city and district of St Albans. St Albans district council, through the Arts, Sport and Health Development team will take the lead role in facilitating the Community Sports Network. Membership to Active St Albans is open to all sporting and non sporting private, public and voluntary organisations.

W: www.activestalbans.com

Active Hertsmere

Active Hertsmere meets four times a year. If you’re a local club or sports organisation within the Hertsmere area, come along for further information about funding and club support.

If you would like to attend a meeting or have an agenda item, please contact Helen Hopkins or call 020 8207 7801.

Sport Stevenage

Sport Stevenage is the Community Sports Network for Stevenage that has become well established over several years. Our aim is to increase participation in all sport and active recreation.

W: www.sportstevenage.co.uk

Welhat Sports

Welwyn Hatfield Sports and Physical Activity Alliance was established in 2005 as a voluntary organisation with the stated aim of being a voice for sport in Welwyn and Hatfield. It morphed into WelHat Sports in 2018 and is the umbrella body for voluntary sports clubs and includes representatives from the health, public and private sectors as well as leisure operators, schools sports partnerships and disability sports groups.

W: www.welhatsports.org.uk