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Sports

Mr. Don Foster: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport pursuant to the answer of 20 February 2008, Official Report, column 716W, on sports, how many people each percentage figure in the tables represents. [189976]


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Mr. Sutcliffe: Pursuant to the answer of 20 February 2008, Official Report, column 716W, the table shows how many people each percentage figure represents, rounded to the nearest 10,000. The data are taken from the DCMS Taking Part Survey.

The active sport indicator is defined as at least one occasion of participation in an active sport during the past four weeks.

2005-06 2006-07
Active sport (12 times a year) Percentage Thousand Percentage Thousand

North East

51.9

1,030

53.9

1,090

North West

49.5

2,640

48.5

2,610

Yorkshire and the Humber

50.3

2,000

52.7

2,130

East Midlands

55.2

1,880

55.7

1,920

West Midlands

50.8

2,130

50.2

2,100

East of England

56.9

2,500

55.4

2,430

London

54.9

3,220

51.9

3,060

South East

57.6

3,760

58.1

3,760

South West

53.8

2,180

54.2

2,210

England

53.7

21,330

58.4

21,310


Sports: Expenditure

Mr. Evennett: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much capital expenditure was allocated to evening sports clubs for young people in Bexley in each year since 1997. [191003]

Mr. Sutcliffe: Funding is allocated by DCMS for capital projects throughout England, but no records are kept by DCMS or funding distributors (NDPBs) on what purpose building projects that benefit from this funding are used for. It is therefore not possible to provide an answer to this question.

Wembley Stadium: Finance

Mr. Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much his Department spent on Wembley Stadium in each of the last 10 years; and what outstanding financial commitments it has relating to the stadium in each of the next three years. [191371]

Mr. Sutcliffe: The overall public sector contribution to the Wembley Stadium project is £161 million, broken down as: £120 million from Sport England Lottery Funding; £21 million from the London Development Agency; and £20 million from DCMS towards the cost of non-stadium infrastructure works.

DCMS spend in each financial year against the £20 million contribution is as follows:

£

Pre 2004-05

0

2004-05

10,044,999

2005-06

3,610,088

2006-07

5,588,085

2007-08

0

2008-09(1)

756,828

Total

20,000,000

(1) Anticipated.

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Defence

Advertising

Mr. Jeremy Browne: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the answer of 5 February 2008, Official Report, columns 963-64W, on advertising, if he will break down the figures by advertising campaign. [187806]

Mr. Bob Ainsworth: A detailed breakdown of armed forces recruitment advertising costs relating to specific campaigns is as follows:

£ million
Financial year
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Naval service

Press advertising

0.333

0.213

0.157

0.172

TV

0.399

3.136

2.952

1.529

Cinema

1.600

0.641

0.481

Radio

1.330

1.475

0.689

Posters/leaflets

0.464

0.055

0.057

Internet

0.257

0.445

0.257

1.741

Regional/local

1.076

0.496

Total

4.383

5.965

5.188

4.419

Army

Press advertising

0.379

0.620

1.443

0.723

TV

4.138

10.407

10.896

6.877

Cinema

0.060

Radio

1.501

0.695

Internet

0.143

0.143

Outdoor

0.735

0.735

Other

0.029

1.017

0.956

Total

4.546

11.087

15.735

10.129

Royal Air Force

Press advertising

0.350

0.308

0.221

0.725

TV

1.780

1.718

1.362

1.468

Cinema

Radio

0.560

0.195

0.206

0.465

Internet

0.202

0.229

0.251

0.635

Other

0.238

0.518

(1)-0.084

1.051

Total

3.130

2.968

1.956

4.344

(1) Rebate from Central Office of Information

A breakdown of Veterans Awareness advertising costs is as follows:


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Financial year (£)
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

BT telephone directory space for war pension welfare offices

15,472

34,619

31,676

28,773

Newcastle regional campaign

11,583.84

Birmingham regional campaign

16,999.90

Portsmouth regional campaign

13,939.04

Other advertising costs

3,400.87

3,258.13

Total

15,472

36,619

46,660.71

62,970.07


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