Stop the cuts and make sport affordable and accessible for all in Edinburgh

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Sheila Laing
2 years ago
We fought hard for our leisure centre and we want to keep it. Time for the Scottish government to start spending the money instead of saving it for independence

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Honora Lawson
2 years ago
We’re talking about the health of the nation and increasing obesity, reducing fitness opportunities exacerbates this problem. Keep our sporting facilities open and their costs low to promote a healthy population.

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Daena` Shortess
2 years ago
Sport need to be available to all youngsters....common sense.

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Adam Shortiss
2 years ago
As a student, I struggled to pay my fees to play football and keep fit.

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Christime kwan
2 years ago
My family and close friends live in Scotland and us much needed

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William Hall
2 years ago
Children and young people need facilities to take part in sport, for social and fitness reasons. They are our future!

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Colin Scott
2 years ago
The sporting provision should be increasing, not decreasing. Spending on sport saves £££ for the NHS down the line.

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Andy Malloy
2 years ago
Edinburgh council are not interested in helping the people that actually live there, tourists are their priority

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colin whyte
2 years ago
Sports club subs need to be low to increase/maintain participation. Children of less well off families deserve the same opportunities as the rich but can be priced out

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Gary Farquhar
2 years ago
I want to support Craig on this - we are depriving a generation of the opportunity to experience teamwork and exercise - to many 'playing fields' have been taken from them already