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Source: Sport and Recreatin Alliance 09.02.22

https://www.sportandrecreation.org.uk/news/industry/uk-sports-bodies-continue-to-invest-broadcast1

 

Despite COVID-19, some of the country’s largest sporting bodies invested £123.2m into the long-term development of their sports in the last year.

The commitment forms part of the Voluntary Code of Conduct on the Broadcasting of Major Sporting Events which requires signatories to put a minimum of 30% of net broadcasting revenues back into their respect

Source: Gov.uk 04.01.22

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-campaign-launch-reveals-six-major-health-benefits-to-losing-weight

 

A new Better Health marketing campaign has been launched by the Department of Health and Social care to support people to lose weight to prevent risks of developing serious illness and help reduce the risk of being hospitalised with COVID-19. Better Health is working with 15 weight management and physical activity partners who are providing free and discounted offer

Source: Young Peoples Health 14.12.21

https://www.youngpeopleshealth.org.uk/what-are-health-inequalities-and-why-do-they-matter-for-young-people

 

According to the Association of Young People’s Health, Covid-19 has exacerbated health inequalities amongst young people in the UK, with those from disadvantaged backgrounds or minority groups being disproportionately affected. Young people have experienced huge upheavals during this period, with unprecedented changes to education, university, employm

Source: Sport England April 2021

https://www.sportengland.org/news/impact-coronavirus-activity-levels-revealed

Active Lives Adult Survey Nov 19_20.pdf

 

The majority of physically active adults in England managed to maintain their habits despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest Active Lives Adult Survey, with just 710,000 fewer active adults between November 2019 and November 2020 compared to the same period 12 months previously.

However, the first eight months