Sporting Heritage Webinars and Hangouts

All webinars and hangouts are currently FREE of charge. Please read through the guidelines attached below to ensure you can access and use the Zoom platform during your chosen webinar event.

An introduction to web accessibility webinar

Friday 23 April, 10.30am – 12pm.

Join Caren Lanus-Gamble and Callum Gamble as they outline what web accessibility is and why it is so important to get this right for your organisation and for your audiences.  The session will include how advice on how to appraise existing websites and tips on how to improve them. This session is part of the Neuro-Diverse Museum project.

Ignored sporting heritage webinar

Tuesday 27 April, 10.30am – 12pm

Join Kris McKie as he shares the findings of the Ignore Sporting Heritage research project. In this session he will outline the current levels of representation in sporting heritage and how organisations can better reflect ethnic diversity in sport.

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National Sporting Heritage Day hangout

Thursday 20 May, 10.30am – 12pm

National Sporting Heritage Day began in 2014 to provide a focus point for sporting heritage. The day presents an opportunity to raise awareness of the fantastic collections and stories in the sector and to reach new audiences in celebrating this shared heritage.

In past years we have seen activity ranging from exhibitions and digital content, to schools, community, and reminiscence events. This year’s National Sporting Heritage Day campaign will be bigger and better than ever, with a new theme and focus on putting sporting heritage at the heart of intergenerational celebration and learning.

Join NSHD Campaign lead Belinda Scarlett to discuss your ideas and hear from other organisations taking part in this year’s celebration.

Catch up on YouTube!

You can also catch up with our full range of sector support webinars by visiting our YouTube channel.

Network meetings

Find out more about how to join these national and thematic forums which support sporting heritage development, discussion and delivery across the UK.


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