Salford Community Leisure (SCL) is run by and for the people of Salford, and is committed to enhancing the physical and cultural wellbeing of the community through the sport, library and cultural opportunities.
The charitable trust of Salford Red Devils that inspires the community through sport, health and education delivery across Salford, Greater Manchester and beyond.
An independent charity linked to Salford City Football Club, F92 will focus on supporting people to improve their lives through sport. It has an emphasis on positive physical and mental wellbeing, and supporting people with a disability, people who are experiencing homelessness, or young people who have, or may be at risk of, committing offences.
Salford CVS is the city-wide infrastructure organisation for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector; providing specialist information, advice, development support and opportunities for influence and collaboration. They provide support for organisations to establish and develop including training for their staff, volunteers and trustees.
School Games Organisers (SGOs) have several key roles: to coordinate appropriate competitive opportunities for all young people from Key Stage 2-4, to recruit, train and deploy a suitable workforce, and to support the development of club opportunities for all young people. In Salford, the SGOs are;
The Health Improvement Service can help you to take the first steps towards getting more active. Whether you’re interested in walking, cycling, outdoor gym, tennis or even gardening. Or you might just be interested in meeting new people and having the chance to talk. Groups and activities can be freely joined.
TfGM have a number of schemes aimed at making active travel the number one choice for travelling to work, to school and to the shops. This includes ‘The Bee Network’ connecting up areas and communities in Greater Manchester, making it easy, safe and attractive for people to travel on foot or by bike for everyday trips.