CLOA AGM & Members Meeting

This annual event focused on the contribution that the culture and sport sector can make to creating healthier, happier and stronger communities, maintaining the momentum post-Olympics 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: Lilleshall National Sports CentreShropshire, TF10 9AT  Date: Friday 14 June


Speakers Notes

Lt. Col Giles Stibbe, Battle Back - Doing the same things differently

This inspirational opening session illustrated how through sports and adventurous activities Battle Back helps injured service men and women face the challenges of creating a new way of life.

Tony Butler, Director at Museum of East Anglian Life - The Happy Museum - re-imagining museums for a changing world  and accompanying Speaker notes

The Happy Museum Project looks at how the UK museum sector can respond to the challenges presented by the need for creating a more sustainable future. This presentation describes a vision for 'Museums that foster well-being that doesn't cost the earth'.  Tony Butler_addressing_AGM

Ufi Ibrahim, CEO of the British Hospitality Association - The Big Hospitality Conversation

The focus of the presentation was the BHA drive to attract young people into tourism and hospitality and how the tourism sector is maintaining the momentum post-Olympics.

Emma Boggis, Head of Olympic and Paralympic Legacy Unit - Olympic & Paralympic Legacy

A presentation explaining the role of Lord Coe as the Prime Minister’s Legacy Ambassador and the work to build the five ‘legacy pillars’: sport; the economy; communities and volunteering; the future of the Park; and a disability legacy. 

Diane Bagley, Head of Sport & Community Development & Krysta Williams, Lead for Neighbourhood Life Serco Leisure - Neighbourhood Life

This presentation introduces serco's approach to sport and community engagement and includes an overview of a pilot project, part funded by Sport England, which aims to reach one thousand totally inactive people across four leisure centres.

Papers from the AGM

Report from the Chair, Richard Hunt

Report from the Honorary Secretary, John Bell

Proposed Budget for 13/14

Treasurer's Statement

Minutes of the AGM