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Sport England 1h
Hi, thanks for getting in touch. You can find a definition of organised sport here under 3.15 -
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Sport England 1h
Replying to @alive1313
Hi, combat sports are individual activities so are not part of the team sports restrictions – see our FAQ on combat sports around social distanced activity
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Sport England 1h
Replying to @HelenTa23913869
Hi Helen, gym or fitness classes will still be allowed to continue for over 6 people in total, if there is no interaction or mingling between individual groups of 6 and it follows the indoor sport facilities guidance
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Sport England 16h
Replying to @Sport_England
All organised activities for children, including indoor team sports, will continue to be exempt from the rule of six. More to follow tomorrow.
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Sport England 16h
Replying to @Sport_England
Going to the gym and fitness classes will still be allowed to continue for over 6 people so long as there is no interaction or mingling between individual groups of 6. Outdoor sports and activities played formally and under government-approved guidance can carry on.
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Sport England 16h
The government's announcements mean some changes for grassroots sport and leisure activities - primarily that adults need to adhere to rule of 6 if playing team sport indoors.
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Sport England 19h
. have teamed up with for a Girls Night In 💃💃 With live-streamed exclusive workouts and DJ sets on 26th Sept. Follow to find out more about what's in store...
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Sport England 20h
People across the country can try loads of free activities tomorrow in celebration of National 🎉 If you're all about encouraging more people to active, here's where you can direct the people you work with to get involved or to find out more 👇
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OpenActive Sep 21
Happening this week! On Thursday, we're hosting a free webinar exploring how makes it easier for disabled consumers to find & book relevant physical activities & facilities. For more information & how to register:
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Sport England Sep 21
How can you or your organisation encourage people living with mental health problems to become more active? , and have developed a course packed with practical advice - and it's free until 30th Sept. 👍
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Sport England Sep 21
😃 Improved mood 😦 Decreased chance of depression and anxiety, and ⚖️ A more balanced lifestyle The benefits of sport and physical activity on our mental health are endless
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Sport England Sep 20
We know we can do more to become a more diverse organisation and help the sector make changes. Take a look at our commitment to increasing diversity in sport and physical activity 👇
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Sport England Sep 20
Want to hear what's next for the campaign? Catch up on their webinar for the latest news.
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Sport England Sep 19
"We must embrace broader opportunities for people to be active in a way that suits them. There is no finer example of this than parkrun." -
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Sport England Sep 19
Today, kicks off to showcase the power that sport and activity has on our physical, mental and social wellbeing. What are you doing to take part?
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Sport England Sep 18
Local lockdowns are a challenge for everyone - here's more info on what they mean for sport and physical activity and what we're doing to help ⬇️
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Sport England Sep 18
"What we've found during the pandemic is that more women than ever before are telling us how important it is to be active, but numbers are falling because they're finding it tough given the current restrictions." chats to about insights behind
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Sport England Sep 18
Our CEO will join a Q&A at 's Annual Conference next Monday. More details
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Sport England Sep 18
A useful thread from our Executive Director on the sector's 👇
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Sport England Sep 17
"The new advert doesn't focus on “how difficult this year has been and will continue to be” but rather celebrates the unique opportunities the pandemic has presented women to stay active." via
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