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Board Set to Lead new Era

Posted by on 22nd February 2016 in Blogging | new site,first blog post,welcome

The South West Youth Games has formed a new board of trustees to help oversee and plan for the future direction of the multi-sport event.   Chaired by former BBC Devon presenter John Coates, the board also includes Herald Express editor Jim Parker, former Team GB media manager Chris Broadbent, former University lecture Ian Roberts, Director of Sport & Assistant Principle of South Dartmoor Community College Steve Dinnie, Business Manager Paul Haigney, Rotarian Peter Bennett and Solicitor Marinella Hollies. Bringing an array of skills expertise and knowledge to the table, the board are striving forward with the organization of the Devon South West Youth...
 

South West Water backs Planet Earth Games to promote health and hydration

Posted by South West Youth Games on 24th June 2019 in Blogging | south west water,water,hydration,planet earth games,sustainability,no single use,partnership

South West Water has teamed up with the world’s first environment themed multi-sports event to help promote the benefits of health and hydration. The groundbreaking Planet Earth Games is taking place in Exeter on 6 July at Exwick Sports Hub and Flowerpot Playing Fields.   The organisers have a vision of inspiring a generation of environmentally-sustainable young people through physical activity. The Planet Earth Games is committed to:   zero usage of avoidable single use oil-based plastics leaving no trace by achieving zero waste usage of recycled materials wherever possible being at the forefront of sustainability in sport in the UK   The part...
 

new GAMES PARTNERS

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 29th May 2018 in Blogging | south west youth games,a signs,accounting,sponsor,partner

Two fantastic Devon businesses have recently partnered with the South West Youth Games Trust, newton Abbot-based A Signs are the new print and design partner of the region's largest community youth sports event. Meanwhile, Torbay's Accounting4Everything are the new accounting partners of the Trust. Thanks to both for all your support. ...
 

Devon's own Olympics launched

Posted by Nikki Taylor on 22nd March 2016 in Blogging |

  Devon's Own Olympics Launched   As the countdown to Rio 2016 gathers momentum, Devon’s own answer to the Olympic and Paralympic Games is settling into its starting blocks in a stronger position than ever before with a sponsorship extension, new venue and new board of trustees.   The Devon South West Youth Games will take place at Okehampton’s picturesque Simmons Park on Sunday 3 July with around 2,000 young Devonians from across the county expected to compete in 15 sports.   It will be the 17th Year of the South West Youth Games which offers a unique and inspirational multi-sport experience for able bodied and...
 

OLYMPIC STAR LAUNCHES SOUTH WEST GAMES

Posted by Ben Hugill on 17th May 2017 in Blogging |

OLYMPIC STAR LAUNCHES SOUTH WEST GAMES Olympic medallist Heather Fell has fired the starter pistol in the race to compete at the 2017 South West Youth Games. The former international Modern Pentathlete, who won silver at the 2008 Beijing Olympics joined around 50 youngsters at the Teignbridge Hockey Trials at South Dartmoor Community College in Ashburton on Tuesday 16 May. “It’s so important that young people have the opportunity to take part in events like the South West Youth Games.” said Fell, Patron of the South West Youth Games. “For hundreds it can lead onto a lifetime of enjoyment and the health and social benefits of sport. Fo...
 

new CHIEF FOR TRUST

Posted by Chris Broadbent on 14th November 2017 in Blogging |

Sports charity the South West Youth Games Trust has appointed its first ever Chief Executive. Chris Broadbent, who has previously worked for Team GB and for the London Olympics has joined the Trust with an aim to increase activity levels among young people across Devon and Cornwall.   The charity was created in 2015 to save the Devon Youth Games and has since grown its main event into the South West Rotary Youth Games, expanding into Cornwall as well as every Devon district.   It is now the region’s biggest youth multi-sport community event with around 10,000 taking part in the journey towards its finals events.   43 year old Broadbent work...
 
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