A public consultation has been launched by Sports Minister, Tracey Crouch to mark the launch of a new strategy for sport.
Sports Minister Tracey Crouch, "Sport has such a positive impact on people's lives and I want to embed participation into this nation's DNA.
"I want to make sure that the sports sector gives everybody - no matter who they are and what their ability - the chance to take part.
"However, public funding is a privilege not a right and has to go to the organisations that can make a real difference."
The nine-week consultation invites you to share your views on the following ten themes:
You can respond directly online either as an individual or organisation - click here
To download the full consultation paper - click here
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