Getting Active

Cost of Living

We’re all feeling the strain a little at the moment. In the current cost of living crisis, exercise and physical activity might not be top of your list, but being active doesn’t have to cost a lot, and can boost your mood and your wellbeing. We’ve brought together ideas and advice to help you move more for less. You’ll also find links to further help and support available for Lincolnshire residents. Find free and low cost activities near you on our activity finder.

Looking for ways to move more but spend less? Read our blog for ideas for free and low cost activities to try that will help you to keep moving this winter and boost your wellbeing without your wallet taking a hit.

Active Travel

Cycling to get to work or on the school run or walking for short journeys instead of driving is a great way to save money on fuel costs whilst also improving your health.

Read our advice on active travel, including signing up for the cycle to work scheme.

Bike Donation Scheme

Warm Spaces

If you, or a neighbour or family member, are struggling with escalating energy costs, you can find venues in Lincolnshire offering free warm spaces, where people can spend time in the warm and enjoy a hot drink. Take a look on the Warm Spaces or Warm Welcome interactive website maps to find a venue near you.

Further Support

Find information about help available for Lincolnshire residents struggling with the cost of living from Lincolnshire County Council, your local District Council and other organisations.

Mental health

With worries about financial matters growing many people are experiencing worsening mental health. Visit our moving for mental health pages, for links to local groups using physical activity to support mental wellbeing, as well as signposting to wider support available in Lincolnshire.