Sport and physical activity providers are being invited to complete a short 'health check' survey to show what impact, if any, Covid-19 has had on them.

As part of its ongoing work to support the local sport and physical activity sector, the City of Wolverhampton Council wants to take stock of where local providers are as a consequence of the pandemic.

By completing the short survey, providers will be able to give the council insight into which areas of the sector may need further support and how the council can enable this to happen.

The survey is available at  Survey for Wolverhampton Sport and Physical Activity Providers until 12 November, 2021.

Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, said: "The Covid-19 pandemic has affected organisations in different ways, and we are keen to understand the impact it has had on our city's sport and physical activity providers so that we might better help them in their recovery. 

"I would encourage all providers to complete this short survey and share with us any issues they are facing at this time."

After completing the survey, sport and physical activity providers will also be able to sign up to an e-bulletin to keep the sector up to date with training courses, funding opportunities, local campaigns and community engagement opportunities as well as consultations and surveys relevant to sport and physical activity.