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  How can sport be improved in your area?
Updated 23 February 2004, 15.07
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The government is keen to find out from you how sports facilities can be improved in your area.

They're looking at how they can get you into sport so want to hear any ideas you have about what would make it easier for you to do sport.

Plus they want to know what sports you'd like to do most - like sports you'd love to have a go at doing if everything was free.

If you want to have your say go to the right and email the government your suggestions.

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