Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and resources

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on our lives and routines, and creating unprecedented financial hardships for the clubs and groups that support us to be active.

On these pages we're providing information and resources to support people of all ages and abilities to be active at home, and to support the physical activity sector to weather the impact of the pandemic.

Advice from the government and resources are updating rapidly, so please continue to check back for updated information.

COVID-19 - What you need to do

From Wednesday, 13th May people in England can go outside more, unless they are in the groups classed as clinically or extremely vulnerable. However, you must:

  • Keep your distance from people outside your household
  • Keep your hands and face as clean as possible
  • Work from home if you can
  • Avoid being face to face with people if they are outside your household
  • Avoid crowds
  • If you have to travel (to work or school, for example) think about how and when you travel and walk or cycle wherever possible
  • Wash your clothes regularly
  • Keep indoor places well ventilated
  • If you can, wear a face covering in an enclosed space where social distancing isn't possible

COVID-19 - What actions are we taking?

In light of the recent guidelines, we have taken a series of actions to help protect our staff, reduce the risk of the virus spreading and protect those that may have been booked onto future events.

We will work to update you by listing any significant cancellations or changes on this page.

Aside from these changes, the team have adapted their usual working arrangements and are taking additional care to protect their health by following the guidance provided by the government. We urge you to do the same.

Make sure you keep up to date with the latest government guidelines. All details regarding current recommendations can be found on the GOV.UK website.

For further information about the coronavirus, including what to do if you think you have it and how to reduce your chances of getting it, visit the NHS website.