As many readers will know, the Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) published the strategy in December.
Particular importance is placed on promoting sport to people from all backgrounds – be it through taking part in activity, watching live events or volunteering.
We’ve also been asked to further engage those groups who aren’t doing sport as regularly as others – such as women, disabled people, those from poorer backgrounds and older people.
Sporting Future clearly explains what needs to be achieved, and it’s our job to deliver those goals. We’re currently working to create a powerful strategy that will enable us to achieve our objectives.
And that’s where you come in. As we put our plans in place, we’d like to ask for your expertise in shaping this strategy. You can submit your ideas by completing our online consultation – which is available for just over five weeks.
Access our online strategy consultation here
If you would like to see the questions or share them with colleagues in order to collate your response, please find a PDF of the consultation questions here.
Please be aware, however, that we are only able to accept formal responses through the online portal.
Read the government's strategy, Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation.