Partners

By working together with our partners, we achieve far more than we could alone.

Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership (SASP)

SASP is dedicated to increasing the health and happiness of residents in Somerset through physical activity and sport. SASP is a charitable trust and a member of the nation-wide network of 43 Active Partnership’s, sharing a mission of transforming lives through sport and physical activity. Each Active Partnership is independent, governed by a Board of Trustees and funded through Sport England, and grant giving bodies, companies and individuals whom share their mission.

The Community Council for Somerset (CCS)

CCS is a leading local charity that works in the heart of Somerset’s communities to inspire and enable positive change. Through their wide network of passionate local experts and diverse projects, consultancy and funding, they bring the right people and services together to improve the lives of individuals, building community capacity and support amongst emerging and existing enterprises right across the county – helping Somerset to thrive.

Somerset County Council

The public health objectives focused on in Somerset are to reduce health inequalities and increase life expectancy. Somerset County Council will achieve this through a wide range of targeted public health programmes to promote better health.

Spark Somerset

Spark has been providing practical support to the voluntary sector in Somerset for many years. Their aim is to inspire strong and sustainable communities through voluntary and community action. They provide information, advice, training and support to charities and community groups, and also run the Volunteer Service, inspiring people to get involved and make a difference in their communities.

Somerset Wildlife Trust is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK. They are a science-led movement focused on restoring habitats to support a wide range of wildlife and restore natural processes that are essential for healthy landscapes. With the invaluable support of volunteers and members they manage over 1700 hectares of land for wildlife and people in Somerset. They also work with other organisations and landowners to protect and connect wildlife sites across the county and inspire local communities and young people to care for wildlife where they live.