Research & insights
In this section, you can find the latest data, research and insight to support your work helping people in Lincolnshire be more active.
Understanding the needs of our local population helps to inform decisions about products, services, policies and strategies that can tackle the challenge of inactivity. The insights and research available here are designed to help you better understand your local demographic, with actionable advice about how you can help your audience to be more active. When we understand our audiences well, we can develop products and services that meet their needs.
Sport England runs two surveys: Active Lives Adult, which is published twice a year, and Active Lives Children and Young People, which is published annually. Follow the links below to view the latest surveys and explore the data.
For a local interpretation of the Active Lives data, visit our Lincolnshire insight page.
Discover the insights from the Active Lives surveys and learn more about how the population is engaging with physical activity.
The latest data, insights and research about children's activity levels across the county, including actional insight packs and interactive mapping tools.
59% of adults over 75 are inactive. We’ve compiled insight and resources to help local authorities support adults to stay active as they get older.
Resources and impact reports to help you support vulnerable people, pre and post-natal women, and people with long-term health conditions.
Discover the latest research about inequalities in sport and physical activity, with actional insights to help remove any barriers to participation.
Delve deeper into our local data to learn more about Lincolnshire’s activity levels, with insight packs for each of the county’s districts.
Understanding the Economic Impact and Future Potential of Greater Lincolnshire’s Sport, Physical Activity & Leisure Sector
Key data, statistics and insight about the social and economic value of sport, with full downloadable reports and summaries from Sport England.
Currently working on a research programme? We’d love to hear from you! Get in touch with a member of our team to discuss how we can work together.