All 3 results for speaker:Baroness Campbell of Loughborough

Sport: Health and Well-being of Children and Young People — Debate (9 Dec 2010)

Baroness Campbell of Loughborough: My Lords, I add my congratulations and thanks to my noble friend Lord Pendry on securing this debate and on his personal tribute, which was greatly appreciated. The timing of this debate is very important, given the release of the White Papers on public health and education. I believe that sport is one of the most powerful tools we have to shape young people's lives. It is a cross-cutting...

Olympic Games and Paralympic Games 2012 — Motion to Take Note (Continued) (14 Jun 2010)

Baroness Campbell of Loughborough: My Lords, I thank the noble Lords, Lord Shutt and Lord Moynihan, for initiating this debate. I declare an interest as chair of two of the three bodies that have repeatedly been mentioned today-UK Sport and the Youth Sport Trust. I congratulate my noble friend Lady Grey-Thompson, who is not only an exceptional athlete but a remarkable role model. What makes our great athletes role models is...

Olympic Games 2012 — Debate (18 Jun 2009)

Baroness Campbell of Loughborough: My Lords, it is a great privilege and pleasure to make my maiden speech on a topic of such importance and one about which I feel so passionate. I should like to begin by congratulating the noble Lord, Lord Coe, on the immense progress he has made in delivering the Games to London. I am sure that his outstanding leadership from those early days in Singapore will continue to deliver a very...

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