If there’s no Brexit deal…..

  • Posted on Oct 10, 2018  
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As the deadline for Brexit approaches, uncertainty grows around exactly what kind of deal the UK will negotiate with the… Read more »

It’s time for a Minister for Children, says Association of Play Industries

  • Posted on Aug 13, 2018  
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The Association of Play Industries (API) is lending its full support to the call for a Cabinet Minister for Children… Read more »

Book your free seminar place and get your business GDPR-fit

The second of the FSPA’s seminars on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is taking place on Thursday 12 April in… Read more »

Tomorrow’s GDPR seminar postponed

Due to heavy snow forecast overnight and tomorrow throughout the UK which will make travelling difficult, we’ve decided to postpone… Read more »

Get your business GDPR-fit with our seminar

The second of the FSPA’s seminars on GDPR or General Data Protection Regulation is taking place next Tuesday 27 February… Read more »

Will a £100m Pilot Get Poorer Communities More Active?

  • Posted on Dec 11, 2017  
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It’s no secret that happier children are healthier children. If you were happy as a child it will have had… Read more »

FSPA appoints a CEO

The Federation of Sports and Play Associations is delighted to announce that they have appointed Mark Kirkup as their Chief… Read more »

The future of customs: important paper for our members

The Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA) has today published its STAKEHOLDER RESPONSE to a Government paper asking for feedback… Read more »

Sports and play working with government on customs

The UK government set out its vision for a post EU Trade and Customs Policy on 10 October, an important step… Read more »

Ten tips for managing foreign exchange risk

  For companies trading internationally, fluctuating exchange rates can be difficult to manage and hard to budget for. If the… Read more »

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