Funding for Adult Physical Activity Programmes
(including Return to Sport)
In 2012/13, Sport Hampshire & IOW’s funding for adult sport and physical activity (as a social activity, means of getting fit or weight management) has been devolved to local Sport and Physical Activity Alliances.
Click here to find out what your local Alliance plans to do in the first 6 months.
To make an enquiry to your local Sport and Physical Activity Alliance on funding available, please contact the following lead officers:-
6 month spending plan
Project to increase participation in targeted areas focusing on the sedentary
Parkrun at Southampton Common to launch in July, social media campaign to run along side the relaunch of the Active Southampton website in September, Return to Sport
Isle of Wight
Run England 3-2-1 routes, Return to Sport programmes, adult 'just play' community sessions.
Parkrun at Staunton Country Park
Parkrun, local needs fund - chairobics in Borden
Run England beginner programmes, Return to Sport programmes, Community Classes
Free swimming, 'Bike It' scheme, 'Be Inspired' project
Not yet available - a separate SPAA is being established and Carl will be confirming plans in September
Open grant pot for projects which match locally defined priorities
Development of a brochure to promote facilities with local timeless offers
Return to Sport, Parkrun and beginners programmes
For further information on Sport and Physical Activity Alliances in Hampshire & IOW, please contact Sport Hampshire on 01962 845178
Sportivate is a national funding programme directly managed by Sport Hampshire & IOW on behalf of Sport England. It is designed to capture the excitement of the London 2012 Games to get teenagers and young adults (between 14-25 years) more active; offering them the chance to find a sport they enjoy and one that they can continue to take part in locally on a regular basis.
Sports Development Manager