CLOA Members Meeting

cCLOA Members Meeting Riding the Wave focused on harnessing the benefits of the Olympic/Paralympic legacy, maintaining the momentum of the broader cultural olympiad and capitalising on the economic impact for tourism. 

Presentations for all our key note speakers and papers from the Annual General Meeting are available for download.

Location: Bisham Abbey, Bisham, Marlow, SLR 1RR   Date: Friday 15 June 12

Speakers Notes

Richard Hunt, Chair cCLOA - Welcome Speech 

The three core areas of focus for the sector as we move into ‘legacy mode’ and headlines from cCLOA’s latest financial survey.

Mike Diaper, Executive Director Community Sport & Kevin Mills, Strategic Lead Capital Projects and Facilities, Sport England A Sporting Habit for Life – update on Sport England Strategy 2012- 17

This session focused on sport and health and also covered the Sport England capital improvement fund.

Catherine Lunt, Head of Marketing Serco Leisure & Chris Phelps, Digital Media Manager Serco Leisure Social & Digital Media in Leisure

This presentation suggested ways that local authorities can establish safe and engaging social media campaigns that help drive community engagement as part of the Olympic legacy and provide real time customer insight for strategy development.

Michelle Leavesley, Managing Director, Citydesk Sport Social Media and the Games - Getting ready for the most talked about Olympics...EVER!

A must view for anyone with responsibility for social media activity, highlighting the innovation by commercial sponsors in the run up to the Games. 

Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and Shadow Deputy Prime Minister Speech to cCLOA Members

Professor Mike Kelly, Director of the Centre for Public Health Excellence - Local Government and Getting Active

The focus of this session was on the important role that activity plays in promoting health and well-being and preventing disease.  Describing the work that NICE is doing in preparation for local authorities taking on full responsibilities for public health in April 2013, Professor Kelly outlined the guidance that has been produced and considered the best ways for developing local strategies.

Mark Smith Director of Tourism in Bournemouth Destination Development – winning private sector support

The key to promoting destinations and increasing business is achieving real partnerships, maximising financial contributions and acting on the three ‘D’s of destination success: Direction, Dynamism, Differentiation.

Papers from the AGM

Report from the Honorary Secretary, John Bell

Draft Budget for 12/13

Proposed Changes to the Constitution

Minutes of the AGM