Expectations and Agreements

Collaboration with partners helps to build a network of great places to play.

Ping! is currently being delivered across a network of 25 towns/cities and counting… We find the most effective way to implement programmes is through a local authority or in some instances CSP’s/Active Partnerships–who can then form robust local partnerships to enable delivery, and reach diverse communities, meeting multiple agendas such as tackling inactivity, social isolation or community development.

Ping! has got to be the right fit–our aim is not to parachute and force delivery, programmes need to be demand led (community need), based on insight and existing landscape and will meet shared objectives.

Becoming a lead partner means establishing a long term engagement and commitment to deliver Ping! we aspire to work with a lead partner for a minimum of 12 month, to allow time to influence a person’s behaviour and reduce inactivity.

Working in partnership can unlock more innovative ways to delivery, create a Ping! City brand and local delivery mechanism. We work with you to unlock funding to deliver your projects, advise on delivery models, provide detailed insight and a suite of resources to support with volunteer/activator training and marketing and communications.


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Lead Partner Agreement - 2019 Master Copy

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