Tring Rugby Club Tring Rugby Club is a fantastic example of how to play a vital role in the local community whilst also being successful on the field of play. Rugby Club Magazine recently caught up with their Chairman, Steve Hayes to find out more about the good work that the club has been doing lately. He told us, “I came to Tring RFC in 2002 when my son was eight; the Mini and Junior set up was excellent, our family was made very welcome, we met some lifelong friends as did our son George who now plays for the first XV. I become involved asRead More →

Rebel Strength Rebel Strength designs and manufactures high quality, fitness and gym equipment to suit all needs and abilities. Their Group Marketing and Events Manager, Jody Edmondson, recently took the time to tell us more. The Beginning “Rebel Strength began as a hobby and then as a start-up business in January 2015. Managing Director, Andy Wilby, originally began by making his own equipment in his lunchtimes as a welder at the time. Andy had a passion for training with good quality equipment himself and found a large gap in the market for high-end equipment. Word got out and the response initially from friends and colleaguesRead More →

Exmouth RFC Exmouth RFC does a fantastic job of providing people from their local community with the opportunity to play the game in a safe and enjoyable environment. Rugby Club Magazine recently caught up with Club Representative Jon Hill to find out more about the good work they’ve been doing lately. Involvement He told us, “This season is my eighth at the club. I was first attracted by the level of rugby and its locality. Having coached a number of their players at Exeter College, where I also coach, I was well aware of the level of some of the players and the ambition and driveRead More →

Droitwich Spa CC Droitwich Spa CC is a fine example of the important role that a club can play in their local community. Sport in Profile Magazine recently caught up with their Karl Goddard who is the club’s 2nd team captain, lead coach and welfare officer. Involvement He told us, “I was introduced to DSCC by some friends who were already playing and sold the club and its excellent playing and practice facilities to me. Twenty years later, I’m still here and having played for the first team for many years, I’m now second team captain and lead coach and now watching my 11-year-old son,Read More →

Chesham Rugby Club It is an exciting time for everyone involved with Chesham Rugby Club at the moment with their new clubhouse due to be finished in May. Sport in Profile Magazine recently caught up with their Secretary Steven Morris to find out more about the club and their plans for the future. The Club He told us, “I think we’re quite a young club for the area. There are a lot of larger clubs around us with a lot of wealth so to differentiate ourselves a little we’ve got a different culture which appeals to people that don’t want to be in a streaming environment.Read More →

Carlisle Rugby Club Carlisle Rugby Club enjoyed a year to remember in 2017 as they claimed a league and cup double for the first time in their history. Sport in Profile caught up with Chairman Barry Earl to gain an insight into their success. SIP: How long have you been involved and what first attracted you to the club? BE: I’ve been involved with the club since moving to Carlisle from Edinburgh in November 2007. Originally from Workington in West Cumbria I moved to Edinburgh in 2002 for university and came back to be closer to home and to move in with my then girlfriend, nowRead More →

Avonvale RFC Avonvale RFC is a fine example of how a strong set up off-the-field can lead to success on it. Sport in Profile Magazine recently caught up with their Chair Martin Bath to find out more about the good work that they’ve been doing. He told us, “The mood is very good at the moment; we have two senior sides out at the moment and also two colt sides running that are both doing very well. We’ve had the youth section running for more than fifteen years now and are starting to see the rewards of that with players coming through to represent theRead More →

AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL STARS, CARS AND THRILLING LIVE ACTION DRAW 95,000 FANS TO AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL British F1 hero Nigel Mansell CBE lead a host of motorsport stars throughout Autosport International, Europe’s premier pre-season motorsport show Increase of 12% on last year’s attendance saw 95,000 fans head to the annual event Other names included Gil de Ferran, Sébastien Ogier, Emanuele Pirro and Darren Turner Opening day saw the launch of the 2018 FIA World Rally Championship, with cars, drivers, co-drivers and team principals from M-Sport Ford, Hyundai Motorsport, Toyota Gazoo Racing and Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT Crowds also flocked to see the main Ferrari feature, showcasingRead More →

Arkley Golf Course Arkley Golf Course is a top-rated 9-hole course on the border of North London and Hertfordshire. Sport in Profile Magazine recently caught up with Chair Wendy Living to find out more. SIP: How long have you been involved and what first attracted you to the club?  WL: I took up golf when I joined Arkley 25 years ago. At the time I had a one year old daughter and a full-time job. I must have been mad to think I would find time to play golf! At the club I found nothing but friendliness and encouragement and that is no different today. ArkleyRead More →

Antonio Sheldon Antonio Sheldon went undefeated in 2017 and is working hard to make sure he can build on his progress in 2018. Sport in Profile Magazine recently caught up with Antonio to find out more. SIP: What first attracted you to MMA? AS: I worked as a bar man in a gentlemen’s club and they had the ufc fights on the tellies in the background as a feature. So as I’m serving drinks I’m watching the fights. Watching MMA really persuaded me to start training but there was nothing in my area. In 2002, Full Contact Performance Centre opened in Rochdale and I started trainingRead More →

Move It MOVE IT brings together dancers, schools, professionals and iconic performers from across the U.K. and around the world. Founded in 2004, the three-day event has been growing bigger and stronger ever since! Now finding a home at the iconic London ExCeL Centre – MOVE IT celebrates dance and performing arts of all backgrounds, disciplines, cultures and styles.   During the three day weekend, there are hundreds of dance brands, colleges and schools coming to MOVE IT, along with dancers from across the country and Europe who come to perform, compete and showcase their fabulous skills.   You can take part in dance classes, watch worldRead More →

Thame Bowls Club Thame Bowls Club had its first committee meeting on the 24th April 1924 and by the time the 1925 season started there were 34 members. Today we are still flourishing with over 120 members.  Some eight years ago Vic Brooks and I, with our wives, went to an open day at Thame to try out Lawn Bowls. We were shown the rudiments of the game by John Timms, a very experienced bowler who was winning major competitions as far back as the 1970s and even today is still bowling a very high standard. We fell in love with the game and VicRead More →