LINCOLNSHIRE SPORT & PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AWARDS 2022

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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.

What we do

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.

Knowledge Hub: Environmental Sustainability

Supporting the physical activity sector in Lincolnshire to effectively respond to climate change and create sustainable organisations and communities.


We're committed to supporting the sport and physical activity sector in Lincolnshire to become more environmentally sustainable. From understanding your impact and setting targets, to reducing waste, and picking responsible partners, suppliers, sponsors and investers, we've gathered together some advice and guidance below.

  • Becoming More Environmentally Sustainable

    Environmental Sustainability - advice and guidance for the physical activity Sector

    Becoming more environmentally sustainable guide - Community Leisure UK, Club Matters and BASIS

    A new guide to support organisations in the leisure, sport and physical activity sector to begin to review their environmental sustainability. It’s full of useful information to help organisations understand why this matters, and how they can embark on becoming more environmentally sustainable.


    Sport England - Sustainability Advise

    This guidance considers some of the principles to apply to effectively respond to climate change, create sustainable communities and drive industry innovation across the physical activity sector. Sustainability plays a key role in the design and management of sports recreation and leisure facilities. Promoting sustainability can help you drive down running costs and make a real contribution in the battle against climate change.


    Becoming More Environmentally Sustainable - Club Matters

    Aimed at clubs, this guide contains lots of tips and advice to help your club can become more environmentally sustainable. From understanding your impact on climate change and making a commitment to change, to practical advice on reducing your environmental impact and supporting positive change.

  • Energy Saving Advice for Clubs and Activity Providers

    Energy Saving Advice

    Sport England Reducing Energy Costs

    Guidance for clubs and organisations to take stock of their current situation and develop action plans to reduce their energy costs and impact on carbon zero agenda


    England Rugby - Energy Bill Webinar

    Watch this webinar to find out more about your renewable energy options, with expert advice from the Energy Saving Trust.


    For more energy saving advice, visit our Cost of Living Pages.

  • Reducing Plastic Use

    Reducing Plastic Use

    Sport Guidance on Preventing Plastic Pollution: Races

    By leading the way in sustainability and setting a good example, sporting events can influence others to do the same at home, in their work place and at other events.

    This guide produced by the Environment Agency’s Plastics and Sustainability Team focuses on ways to reduce plastic at running, cycling and triathlon events.


    Preventing Plastic Pollution - Guidance for Community Sport Clubs

    Useful advice and tips for identifying areas in your club where you could reduce the use of plastics.

Environmental Sustainability - advice and guidance for the physical activity Sector

Becoming more environmentally sustainable guide - Community Leisure UK, Club Matters and BASIS

A new guide to support organisations in the leisure, sport and physical activity sector to begin to review their environmental sustainability. It’s full of useful information to help organisations understand why this matters, and how they can embark on becoming more environmentally sustainable.


Sport England - Sustainability Advise

This guidance considers some of the principles to apply to effectively respond to climate change, create sustainable communities and drive industry innovation across the physical activity sector. Sustainability plays a key role in the design and management of sports recreation and leisure facilities. Promoting sustainability can help you drive down running costs and make a real contribution in the battle against climate change.


Becoming More Environmentally Sustainable - Club Matters

Aimed at clubs, this guide contains lots of tips and advice to help your club can become more environmentally sustainable. From understanding your impact on climate change and making a commitment to change, to practical advice on reducing your environmental impact and supporting positive change.

Energy Saving Advice

Sport England Reducing Energy Costs

Guidance for clubs and organisations to take stock of their current situation and develop action plans to reduce their energy costs and impact on carbon zero agenda


England Rugby - Energy Bill Webinar

Watch this webinar to find out more about your renewable energy options, with expert advice from the Energy Saving Trust.


For more energy saving advice, visit our Cost of Living Pages.

Reducing Plastic Use

Sport Guidance on Preventing Plastic Pollution: Races

By leading the way in sustainability and setting a good example, sporting events can influence others to do the same at home, in their work place and at other events.

This guide produced by the Environment Agency’s Plastics and Sustainability Team focuses on ways to reduce plastic at running, cycling and triathlon events.


Preventing Plastic Pollution - Guidance for Community Sport Clubs

Useful advice and tips for identifying areas in your club where you could reduce the use of plastics.