COVID-19 is, without a doubt, changing the world around us. MSP is committed to helping the physical activity and sport sector in the Liverpool City Region (LCR) both react and adapt to the changes.
Our aim will be to:
• help you to adapt where you can
• support you where adapting isn’t an option
• identify opportunities in the short and long term.
• help shape how the future of the sector looks
We’re continually looking at what support we can signpost both organisations and individuals in the sector to via this page, which will be updated as things evolve.
Sport England are providing a dedicated
Return to Play page.
It’s designed to help the physical activity and sport sector get relevant, accurate information on the national baseline as the government’s measures around COVID-19 evolve. It’s a great page to bookmark as a go-to source of up-to-date information.
N.B. To understand what you CAN do during current COVID-19 restrictions in the Liverpool City Region (LCR) go here.
There’s no specific closing date for this fund. It will close as soon as all monies have been allocated, so you’re encouraged to apply ASAP.
This fund is made up of three elements:
The fund will give priority to the following:
For details go to the Sport England website
This is a difficult time for everyone and it’s important to take time to look after yourself. Keeping up a physical activity habit yourself will help hugely, but these links may just be useful too.
RRLF closes to new applications at 11.59pm on Sunday 31 January 2021
Applicants will be considered on a first come first served basis and the closing date of the fund is subject to constant review.
For information visit this page.
‘Fit Together’ is the UK Active industry-wide campaign that led the reopening of fitness and leisure facilities by providing operators with the practical resources for a safe and successful return.
You can read their framework document here.
Plus, register to download the campaign toolkit here.
The toolkit contains helpful assets to help plan and communicate about re-opening and safety.
Activity Alliance has released guidance to help providers to enable welcoming and more accessible environments in light of COVID-19. The guide is called ‘Reopening Activity: An inclusive response’ and has been produced in consultation with partners across sport, leisure and disability equality. The national charity wants providers to consider the guidance as part of their ongoing commitment to disabled people’s inclusion.
Government guidance for personal trainers and coaches. Details here