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Since the start of the pandemic Active Surrey has been adapting to help people maintain their physical and mental health. This work has now been recognised by Michael More-Molyneux, HM Lord Lieutenant of Surrey.
The latest Active Lives survey from Sport England shows a marked drop in activity levels for the year. But Active Surrey’s MD believes the county can bounce back to its pre-pandemic highs.
Findings from a survey shared with delegates at an Inactivity and Obesity Summit suggests that many people in Surrey use exercise to manage their everyday worries - more than reveal them to friends and family.
Young children across the county have been given an exciting opportunity to access a week of free, fun activities and healthy meals this summer as part of a special Fit and Fed programme, running in three Surrey boroughs.
A fund from Sport England, administered locally by Active Surrey, has so far approved almost £20,000 for organisations who are working to keep up the activity levels of some of those most in need as a result of coronavirus.
Over 100 local sports clubs associated with Surrey have benefited from around half a million pounds of emergency funding from Sport England in response to the coronavirus lockdown.