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Rotherham Active Partnership

Rotherham Active Partnership

What is the 'Rotherham Partnership Network'?

Rotherham has developed a robust communication structure that enables organisations with an interest in developing sport and physical activity to communicate effectively. The network has established forums and action groups to discuss, address and resolve local issues.

The network has developed a strategy for sport and physical activity, which identifies how Rotherham’s ten year vision will be delivered.

The strategy outlines a number of key themes which will be addressed through the development of local action plans.

Rotherham Active Partnership (RAP)

The Community Sports Network for Rotherham is the Rotherham Active Partnership which was launched in April 2006.

RAP is made up of public, private and voluntary sector partners working at a strategic level. The purpose of the RAP is to be the steering group and strategic lead for sport and physical activity in the Rotherham Borough.

Find out more on the RAP website

Download the Partnership strategy

RAP sub-groups

The operating arms of the partnership are made up of enthusiastic people who are already making a huge difference to sport in Rotherham. The partnership has sub groups for Children and Young People, Adults and Older people, Disability, Place to be active and diversionary sport. These group offer support to its members and provides opportunities to share good practice.

In addition we support and administer action groups in Athletics, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Rugby, Tennis, Cycling and Walking.