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Nottingham PlayZone – Invitation to Quote for Insight and Engagement

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Active Partners Trust, on behalf of the Nottingham Playzone Consortium (NPC), is seeking to appoint an organisation or individual to act as an Insight and Engagement partner for the initial 6 months of the project (from Monday 2nd May to Friday 27th October)

What is a PlayZone?

PlayZones are modern, safe, and engaging facilities that are designed to deliver recreational football / multi-sport participation growth.

Launched by the Football Foundation, the PlayZone Programme aims to engage with local audiences and communities facing the greatest inequalities, to create outstanding sports and activity spaces and address barriers to participation. The four focus audiences have been identified as:

  • Lower socio-economic groups
  • Women and girls
  • Disabled people and people with long-term health conditions
  • Ethnically diverse communities

A key part of this work is to ensure we use data, insight and most importantly the voice of those living in communities in Nottingham to inform where and what is needed, alongside community partners and organisations and residents living there.

This is where we’d like some help. Detail of the work and scope can be found below.

Please read and digest the attached project overview before preparing and submitting your quote before the deadline of Monday 17th April 2023.

For an informal chat about the work please contact Kerryn.chamberlin@activepartnerstust.org.uk

How to submit your quote?

Quotations should be submitted via email to both Kerryn.chamberlin@activepartnerstrust.org.uk and Adrienne.Kelly@nottinghamcity.gov.uk by midday on Monday 17th April

Submitted quotes should include the following:
• CV and/or covering letter which summarises the skills and experience relevant to the project scope and assessment criteria
• A clear proposal for how the work would be carried out
• An indication of the average number of working days/hours per month
• Anticipated start date and completion dates for relevant phases of the work
• A schedule of costs and services within the parameters of the fee in point 6.1
• Any further information which may support the proposal