Documents about strategies for sport and physical activity, playing pitches, sport and active recreation facilities, and physical activity needs assessment.
Our sport and physical activity strategies support people and organisations to plan:
- new or improved services
- opportunities for funding
The strategy joins a wide group of partners with shared aims to create, improve and share opportunities for sport and physical activity. This helps to make Bristol healthier, resilient and more prosperous.
We used the 2019 physical activity needs assessment and spoke with clubs, schools, and sports organisations to write the strategy. It has:
- a set of strategic results we hope to achieve
- objectives for improvement
- a measurable action plan
The strategy includes information about:
- rules and guidelines published by the UK's Chief Medical Officer in September 2019
- the health and wellbeing of citizens in Bristol
- physical activity levels in the city
We're going to make a new framework to make sure the strategy works well and achieves its aims. We'll use this to measure how activity changes compared to 2019.
The needs assessment is an overview of physical activity and inactivity in Bristol. Find out more about physical activity in the healthy lifestyles part of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.
This covers grass and artificial pitches and their facilities like changing rooms or cricket nets. It looks at the four sports played most often on pitches in Bristol:
- rugby union
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for documents about the background and evidence, and action plan.
This covers all built sport facilities in the city, except for artificial pitches. It looks at:
- how many there are
- how good they are
- where they are
- their availability
Email email@example.com to ask for a supporting document about assessment of needs and opportunities, or for these documents in a different format.