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The latest Active Lives report lays bare the impact of the disruption caused by the pandemic on the nation’s activity levels, though Surrey fares less badly than the national average. Could our decline be due to less commuting?
At a time when women’s sport is building its profile and winning more viewers, a Schools’ Officer from Surrey has won a prestigious award at a ceremony recognising those who have made significant contributions to the development of girls’ football.
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.