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A toxic lifestyle: an urgent call to put play at the heart of children’s health

Last week, the Children’s Commissioner for England followed up her calls for an end to the ‘battery hen existence’ children… 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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