Annual Report 2021 - 2022

You can view Active Lancashire's latest Annual Impact Report here.

Our report provides a summary of how Active Lancashire and the various projects we deliver have performed in the financial year running from 2021 to 2022. It also includes information about how we are financed and governed.

Key numbers

Improving health in Lancashire

198 Lancashire workers received a health screening and wellbeing action plan

88 Workplace Health Champions were trained within businesses

Helping people into work

1593 Lancashire residents received employment support through 4 employability programmes

423 people found job as a result of this help

Educating young people

77 schools received £285,720 Opening School Facilities (OSF) funding

626 children accessed funded holiday clubs

58% OSF funding was spent on after school clubs, helping children recover after the pandemic

6 Middle Leaders from 4 primary and 2 secondary schools attended training sessions that influenced their approaches to activity for 1,000s of pupils

Training our people and communities

103 learners from 63 clubs attended webinars

319 learners upskilled across all our training courses

140 people attended 22 safeguarding related courses

Tackling inequalities through social inclusion

368 participants were engaged in our Challenge Through Sport Initative (CSI), which creates life opportunities for people with multiple barriers

35 volunteers signed up through CSI

509 CSI activities, including sport and exercise sessions, delivered online and face-to-face

Social media

Reach: 511,849
Engagement: 11,948
New followers: 687


Website visitors: 47,064
Page views: 119,134

Active Partnerships
Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership
Funded by UK Government Levelling Up