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F.A.Q's

When is the next Every Body Active 2020 activity in my area?

Your local district council will be able to tell you what, when and where an activity is happening. Check in with your Sports Development Officer for more information. We recommend that you like our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter to keep up to date @SportNINet.

When do I have to register?

very Body Active 2020 programmes will be delivered by an employee of the specific council where the activity is taking place. In some cases these employees will be responsible for adding necessary personal data to the website. You do not need to register an account on the website in this instance, but you will still need to provide these details to this employee. Check with your Every Body Active 2020 coordinator from the outset.

Can you confirm that I have registered correctly?

You will receive an e-mail notification to the address you registered which will confirm your registration.

Can I de-register my details?

If you want to de-register from receiving any further information on Every Body Active 2020, please send an email to eba2020@sportni.net with UNSUBSCRIBE in the subject line.

Do I need to register for every activity?

You only need to register an account on the Every Body Active 2020 site once, after that just login using your e-mail address and password and when you attend an activity click the date, select the type of activity and the council area which the activity takes place from the drop down menu.

I want to register a child or a friend?

All participants will need to have their own Every Body Active 2020 account. If they do not have an e-mail address, you will need to create a new e-mail address to complete the registration process. Any one taking part who is under 18 at the time of registration will need parental/guardian consent before the participating in their first activity.

What do you mean by disability or long term limiting illness?

The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) defines a person with disabilities as someone who has a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on the ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. For the purposes of the Act:

  • Substantial means that the effect of the disability is neither minor nor trivial - it does not have to be a severe effect.
  • Long-term means that the effect of the impairment has lasted or is likely to last for at least 12 months and the effect must be a detrimental one - a person with a life expectancy of less than twelve months is covered if the effect is likely to last for the whole of that time.
  • Normal day-to-day activities include everyday things like eating, washing, walking and going shopping.

I need to change something in my Every Body Active 2020 profile?

You can make all the changes by sending an e-mail to eba2020@sportni.net

I have a query about the Every Body Active 2020 programme?

Please direct all programme queries to eba2020@sportni.net or contact your local district council.

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