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Sport England Tackling Inequalities Fund

Sport England established the Tacking Inequalities Fund after research showed certain groups of people were being disproportionately affected by the corona virus pandemic and it was significantly impacting their ability to be physically active.

Throughtout Cumbria, Active Cumbria Development Officers worked with various community groups and charities and the following projects were approved;

Barrow 

  • Love Barrow Families ‘BIG Fish’ Project - £3983.99  >>More 
  • Cando FM Wicked Workouts - £5000 >>More 
  • Womens Community Matters Sport Kit Boxes - £5041 >>More
  • Walney Regeneration Trust / Spring Mount Church Summer Programme - £3500 >>More 
  • DropZone Youth Projects Outreach - £3519 >>More 
  • Furness Multi-Cultural Forum Youth Club Active at Home Packs - £500 >>More 
  • Triple A Project Online Workouts - £3194 >>More
  • Barrow Men’s Group Strength & Conditioning Classes - £1775.16 >>More 
  • Barrow Island Community Sports Trust Ltd 'Your Health, Your Wealth'- £1390 >>More
  • Age UK Barrow & District 'Active at Home' - £2862 >>More 
  • Islanders Dance Troupe (loss of income) - £935 >>More