The Sports Trust
Since 2013, Three Hills Sports Park has established itself as a centre of excellence for hockey and cricket. Continuously evolving, facility improvements include an FA registered 3G pitch, a multipurpose sports hall, and more.
The latest edition to our expansion progresses with speed, adding to the wide range of facilities already available. The 400-metre asphalt athletics track is set to launch 2022. Providing a much-needed amenity for runners, schools and clubs.
Driven by The Sports Trust, Three Hills Sports Park has quickly become a community-centred venue that champions the charity’s values of kindness and equality in all of its outputs.
For children under 5, much of their life as been spent in lockdowns due to the pandemic. Whilst keeping them safe, people have had to miss out on important social opportunities. Little Athletes provides a weekly safe space for parents, carers and children to socialise with others whilst enjoying being active.
Taking place at Three Hills Sports Park every Wednesday during term time, the cafe opens itself up for free teas and coffees for families to chat and wind down after an hour of games and activities.
Three Hills Sports Park is the home of Active 50, our community initiative dedicated to people aged 50+.
By 2025, it’s estimated that over 2 million people age 50+ will experience loneliness and isolation.
Our popular Active 50 programme supports people to feel better – physically, mentally and socially. We believe that everyone deserves to feel the huge benefits of sport and fitness, and should access them regardless of age or experience. Sessions at Three Hills Sports Park provide the perfect opportunity to get moving and meet friendly people in the local area.
Through the Holiday Activities and Food Programme, we provide healthy, nutritious food and exciting, enriching activities for children and young people during the school holidays.
Families of children aged 4 to 16 years, who are eligible for benefits related to free school meals can access these opportunities during school holidays.
It is widely recognised that parents will skip meals to ensure their children are fed during school holidays. With other children going hungry over the break and starting the school term in a disadvantaged position.
We want to support all who face hunger poverty, and take part in the HAF Programme to support the physical and mental wellbeing of children and young people in our district, encouraging them to engage in interactive and fun activities with access to nutritious food.
We run weekly sessions through our charity project, Active PRIDE. Headed by LGBTQIA+ and ally coaches, people from the community are given a safe space to have fun, try new things and enjoy being active.
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