Lincolnshire Sport & Physical Activity Awards

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About us

Active Lincolnshire is committed to providing opportunities for everyone in Lincolnshire to be active every day. We work with partners to address inequalities and inactivity, responding to the needs of people and places.

Our Work

As advocates for the positive power that physical activity has on everyone’s lives, we work in partnership to improve understanding, influence change, and tackle the challenge of inactivity.

Knowledge Hub

Our Knowledge Hub is the core of our website. Here you’ll find our guidance, advice, insight and support in all areas of physical activity and sport.

Get involved

Want to get involved with us? We depend on your collaboration to create and influence meaningful change. Find out how you can help Lincolnshire move more.

Partners to Connect With

As part of our Let's Move Lincolnshire Connect Events, held in September 2022, we bought together partners and suppliers to support the physical activity sector. Find out more about these organisations and how they can support your work, below.


Cimspa are the professional development body for the UK’s sport and physical activity sector, committed to supporting, developing and enabling professionals and organisations to succeed and, as a result, inspire our nation to become more active. Speak to them to learn about skills development and professional support.


Sported is a UK wide charity supporting young people in Sport. If your club or community group is working with children or young people, speak to them to find out how they can help you with a range of free support, including funding guidance, best practice on matters like safeguarding and governance and professional development.

Shine Lincolnshire

Learn about funding programs and mental health training from Shine Lincolnshire. Shine is a county wide charity which aims to support people with poor mental health to live well through accessing a range of support services, working with services users and carers and other agencies in Lincolnshire.

Street Tag

The Street Tag app revolutionises physical activity for orgnisations, charities and groups by gamifying fitness. It incentivises participants to engage in outdoor activities, promoting health and community engagement. It's a powerful tool for promoting fitness programmes, fundraising events and community initiatives. Find out more about the app, and how you can encourage your community to sign up.

Lets Move Lincolnshire is a website and activity finder for residents in the county. Find out how to list your activity sessions, clubs, venue and facilities for free and be part of the countywide movement to help more people to be more active more often.


One You Lincolnshire

One You Lincolnshire offer free support to Lincolnshire residents to move more, lose weight, stop smoking and drink less. Explore this LCC Public Health commissioned services for physical activity, and find out how you can work with them.

YMCA supports vulnerable and disadvantaged people across Lincolnshire. The organisation has recently been awarded UK shared prosperity funding to support community activities and village halls. Speak to the YMCA team to explore ways that you could connect with this funded programme.

UK Coaching

UK Coaching puts coaching at the heart of physical activity and sport. The organisation plays a pivotal role in supporting organisations, charities, and groups that incorporate physical activity into their services. Whether you're a coach, leader, instructor, facilitator, or educator aiding individuals in becoming more active, UK Coaching offers support, educational opportunities, and resources to enhance your skills, ensuring participants have a rewarding experience.

Speak to them to find out how they can support you.

Holiday Activities and Food Programme (HAF)

Discover opportunities to provide a Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF), the Government funded programme that provides free holiday clubs for reception to year 11 pupils in receipt of benefits-related free school meals in Lincolnshire over the summer, Christmas and Easter holidays.

Lincolnshire Community Foundation distributes grants to charities, community groups and organisations across the county. These grants help tackle issues such as child poverty, loneliness and isolation, food poverty, homelessness, access to services, addiction, unemployment and many other crucial local needs. Speak to them to get insight into the grant funding that is available.

Playwaze offer sports clubs and organisations digital solutions to help them manage bookings and promote their activity. Playwaze power the Let's Move Lincolnshire Activity Finder, and can chat to you about getting your club or activity featured.

Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS) exists to support the voluntary and community sector in Lincolnshire. Come and talk to them about volunteering and social prescribing.


Opening School Facilities

Opening School Facilities investment from the Department for Education supports schools to open their facilities for local community and pupils to use, for sport and other physical activities, outside of the normal school day.

Active Lincolnshire is distributing a £989k Opening School Facilities investment from the Department for Education (DfE), to schools in the county.

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Lincolnshire Co-op is a co-operative owned by their 300,000 members, the people of Lincolnshire and surrounding counties. They recycle all profits locally. This includes supporting local community groups, charities and schools through their Community Champions scheme.

Lincolnshire Co-op pride themselves on their dedication to making lives better in local communities, and their wellbeing walks scheme is a vital part in helping to offer physical activity opportunities to the people in their areas. The walks are completely free and offer local people the opportunity to access some fresh air, friendship and fitness in a fully inclusive environment.

Walks can be found at Wellbeing Walks | Lincolnshire Co-op

They will be leading pre event walks at both events, a great way to get energised for the day.

LVET is a collective of VCSE organisations working together with a specific focus on developing and delivering health, care, and wellbeing services in Lincolnshire working with partner agencies. LVET is going through an unprecedented and exciting time of growth and development.

Magna Vitae is a Charitable Trust whose mission is to provide an extraordinary range of cultural, leisure and health related facilities, and gyms in Lincolnshire that allow local people to live a great life.