The purpose of this report is to provide a review of the evidence  about the relationship between the pricing and use of local authority sport and recreation services. The specific objectives are to comment on:
- The nature of the general evidence that the pricing of such services has a positive or negative effect on participation levels.
- The nature of evidence of practice where specific pricing interventions have been used positively to increase participation levels.
- The nature of any evidence as to how pricing affects participation and for whom.
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Reference : Coalter F. (2000). Entrance charges and sports participation: A review of evidence. Edinburgh: Centre for Leisure Research. University of Edinburgh
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