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.

Equality & inclusion

Certain groups of people are much more likely to be inactive, and face barriers to accessing physical activity opportunities. In this section we have gathered together insight to help close the inequalities that exist.

  • Disability

    Disability

    Activity Alliance Insight

    Activity Alliance is the leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity. Take a look at some of their research and insight below.

    Activity Alliance Annual Disability and Activity Survey (Feb 2021)

    COVID-19 and disabled people snapshot – (March 2021)

    My Active Future: Including every child (March 2020)

    Sport England Insight

    Sport England's Mapping Disability: The Facts gives an in-depth look at the vast range of impairments experienced by people in England. It also includes comprehensive data on disability by categories such as region, gender and age.

    Produced by Sport England in partnership with Activity Alliance Engaging Disabled People: The Research is a report which looks at the vital ingredients that make up successful and accessible communications – such as the channels themselves, marketing materials and how to give people a great first experience in sport.

  • Gender - Getting Women Active

    Engaging Women

    Women are more likely to be inactive than men. Insight can help us understand the reasons why and help close the gender gap and encourage more women to be more active. It includes seven key learnings that are most important to keep in mind when delivering sport and exercise to women and girls.

    Go Where Women Are

    This insight pack from Sport England is an in-depth look at engaging women and girls in sport and exercise. The pack pulls out seven key learnings that are most important to keep in mind when delivering sport and exercise to women and girls.

    Download the insight pack

Disability

Activity Alliance Insight

Activity Alliance is the leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity. Take a look at some of their research and insight below.

Activity Alliance Annual Disability and Activity Survey (Feb 2021)

COVID-19 and disabled people snapshot – (March 2021)

My Active Future: Including every child (March 2020)

Sport England Insight

Sport England's Mapping Disability: The Facts gives an in-depth look at the vast range of impairments experienced by people in England. It also includes comprehensive data on disability by categories such as region, gender and age.

Produced by Sport England in partnership with Activity Alliance Engaging Disabled People: The Research is a report which looks at the vital ingredients that make up successful and accessible communications – such as the channels themselves, marketing materials and how to give people a great first experience in sport.

Engaging Women

Women are more likely to be inactive than men. Insight can help us understand the reasons why and help close the gender gap and encourage more women to be more active. It includes seven key learnings that are most important to keep in mind when delivering sport and exercise to women and girls.

Go Where Women Are

This insight pack from Sport England is an in-depth look at engaging women and girls in sport and exercise. The pack pulls out seven key learnings that are most important to keep in mind when delivering sport and exercise to women and girls.

Download the insight pack