National lockdown: Stay at Home

By Llara Munn on January 5th, 2021 - comments

As of January 5th 2021 England is in a national lockdown. Please see below for government guidance on sport and physical activity: Exercising and meeting other people You should minimise time spent outside your home. It is against the law to meet socially with family or friends unless they are part of your household or support bubble. […]

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What the new Tier 4 means for sport and physical activity

By Llara Munn on January 4th, 2021 - comments

On Saturday 19 December, the Prime Minister announced that a new tier of coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions would be introduced across certain parts of England. On Thursday 31st Lincolnshire was included in Tier 4. The new regulations will have implications for sport and physical activity: for the full Sport England guide please click here. In short: […]

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North East Coastal Active Partnerships (NECAP)

By Llara Munn on December 22nd, 2020 - comments

An EPIC challenge along England’s Physically Inactive Coast Active Lincolnshire is one of 6 Active Partnerships that operate along the North East coast of England from Gibraltar Point in Lincolnshire to the Scottish borders (Rise, County Durham Sport, Tees Valley Sport, North Yorkshire Sport, Active Humber, and Active Lincolnshire). We have formed the North East […]

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Tackling Inequalities- Stepstember

By Llara Munn on November 30th, 2020 - comments

Following on from our first Tackling Inequalities (TI) case study (Amy’s story), we are delighted to bring another fantastic success from the first round of TI Funding. This £80,000 of National Lottering funding was made available through Sport England and distributed to 17 organisations across the county to help make a difference to the lives […]

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‘Tis the season to get active

By Llara Munn on November 30th, 2020 - comments

We all know 2020 has been a challenging year, and that it has been necessary to adapt or cancel many events and activities in order to protect our health and the health of others. However, we have some good news! Below we have listed just some of the magical ways to get active in Lincolnshire this […]

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Winners Announced for the Lincolnshire Sport & Physical Activity Awards 2020

By Charlotte Pedley on November 13th, 2020 - comments

Following our online award ceremony last night, we are delighted to announce the winners of our 16th Lincolnshire Sport & Physical Activity Awards. Owing to the coronavirus pandemic and the latest restrictions, this year’s Lincolnshire Sport & Physical Activity Awards took place virtually on our Youtube Channel. We were pleased to welcome back last year’s […]

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What new government restrictions mean for exercise and grassroots sport

By Charlotte Pedley on November 5th, 2020 - comments

New  government restrictions come into force today to tackle Covid 19. Below is a summary of what this means, and what is permitted, in terms of physical activity. We’re also signposting to support and funding available to help clubs at this challenging time. Lincolnshire sports clubs needing advice or guidance can contact us on The Guidelines […]

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Getting Active Outdoors as a Family this Autumn

By Charlotte Pedley on October 19th, 2020 - comments

As the weather gets colder and wetter, it’s definitely tempting to spend less time outside as a family. However, its really important for children to get their active 60 minutes every day and whether you’re walking, cycling, scooting or playing a sport in the park, getting active outdoors is a great way for children to […]

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Funding distributed by Active Lincolnshire will support people in the county to be more active

By Charlotte Pedley on October 7th, 2020 - comments

Active Lincolnshire has been awarded a further £80,000 of National Lottery funding from Sports England’s Tackling Inequalities fund, which aims to reduce the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on activity levels. This is the second round of funding that Active Lincolnshire has received to disseminate to community and voluntary led groups and organisations across […]

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Active Lincolnshire – Fit for the future

By Charlotte Pedley on October 1st, 2020 - comments

We’re delighted to share with you the Active Lincolnshire annual review for 2019-20. Read the Digital Version pdf Read on Issuu here The review showcases the range of activity delivered by Active Lincolnshire during this period, aligned with our vision of providing ways for the people of Lincolnshire to be more active, more often. Some […]

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