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Active Sussex Network Event 2018

It was great catching up with past colleagues and present customers at the recent Active Sussex Network Event 2018.

We particularly enjoyed the presentation by Karen Creavin, CEO of The Active Wellbeing Society in Birmingham.  From tackling social isolation to getting more people active, they have developed some effective initiatives,well worth taking a look! 

Proud to be supporting Haywards Heath Town Council

Free for Entry Event at Beech Hurst Gardens.HHTC logo

12th June 2016 12pm – 4pm

Queens Birthday Picnic and Sports Taster Event.

Haywards Heath Town Council is hosting a picnic to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday during the official week of celebrations, with a sporting theme to promote health and wellbeing in the community.

The event will be held in Beech Hurst Gardens between 12pm and 4pm on Sunday 12th June 2016 and comprise of a picnic where residents are welcome to come along and sit with their food and drink and enjoy the gardens.  As a focal point for the day there will be sports taster sessions for all the family to enjoy.  On a designated stage there will be dance and fitness fun where you are welcome to join in and in the formal cut area of Beech Hurst local sports clubs will holding demonstrations, which you are again welcome to join in with.

All of the activities will free of cost so all you need to do is pack your picnic and come along and join in the fun.  So please come along and celebrate her majesty’s birthday and see what fun and healthy activities you can join in with.

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Invitation from HM the Queen

Simon at Buckingham PalaceOur Business Development Director, Simon Adby, was honoured to attend a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday 20th May this year. The invitation from Her Majesty the Queen followed his involvement in the Invictus Games London 2014.

 Contracted to CSM Events Simon assumed a Venues Director role to oversee the management of the Games across six major-event venues, four being on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Active House Solutions also provided circa 40 of the event management workforce. Since the event last September CSM Events have been recognised for their involvement in Invictus Games 2014 by winning Best Live Experience award at the BT Sport Industry Awards and Best Sporting Event at the Event Production Awards.
After a hugely successful inaugural event last September, in which 413 wounded, injured and sick service personnel from 13 nations competed in 9 sports across 4 days, the Organising Committee are now hosting a bidding process for the next events in Spring 2016 and Summer 2017. For further updates as well as highlights from last year’s event, please visit