Posted: 21st April 2015
We are delighted to welcome former F1, Indycar and LeMans racer Mark Blundell as a patron of The Sporting Memories Foundation. Mark enjoyed F1 podiums during a career that took in 61 Grand Prix before switching to IndyCar and joining an elite band of Brits to taste succes at...
Posted: 9th April 2015
York City v Newport County. Saturday 25th April 2015 The Minster Men Memories Game TM York City Football Club will play their final league home game of the season on Saturday 25th April, KO 3pm at Bootham Crescent. The Minstermen are at home to Newport County and Sporting...
Posted: 4th April 2015
We are delighted to reveal the first two patrons of The Sporting Memories Foundation
Posted: 27th March 2015
We are delighted to reveal a new project to develop digital sporting reminiscence tools and resources that will take place across the North East of England thanks to grant funding from Comic Relief. The two year project will work in partnership with older people, carers, relatives, volunteers and staff...
Posted: 21st March 2015
To celebrate the wonderful work of volunteers up and down the UK helping to run Sporting Memories Network groups and to tackle loneliness, dementia and depression, we are offering a fantastic prize this weekend. Over the years, thousands of people have shared their sporting stories at the weekly...
Posted: 22nd February 2015
We are delighted to announce significant funding from Life Changes Trust in Scotland to establish 55 new sporting memories groups over 3 years
Posted: 22nd February 2015
Network set to kick off projects with Manchester City, Newcastle United, Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland
Posted: 21st February 2015
To celebrate the fantastic news of funding from the Premier League Charitable Fund and Professional Footballers Association to kick off projects with Manchester City, Newcastle United, Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland community foundations, we've teamed up with our good friends at Campo Retro to give away some fabulous classic...
Posted: 7th January 2015
Sporting Memories Network is set to bring generations of sports fans together to celebrate memories of London 2012 in a ground breaking project that aims to improve the mental and physical well-being of older people. Working in partnership with schools and youth organisations across the UK, younger people will be encouraged to work with older people to capture memories of London 2012, other Olympics and Paralympic Games and sport in all its guises; helping to tackle loneliness, depression and dementia.
Posted: 20th December 2014
Sport & Leisure Survey Closing date for reponses Saturday 31st January 2015 A new task and finish group has begun work on examining the role sport and leisure can play in supporting people to live well with dementia and we would like your help. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/sportanddementia The Prime Minister's Challenge...