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  • 5 barriers in leisure
    • economic factors
      • if your disposable income is low you not be able to afford much leisure that involves entry fees, travelling costs or equipment.
      • groups on the lowest income are those on benefits or low wages, the unemployed, elderly or students.
    • choice
      • This means that your leisure choices are restricted by where you live, the quality and number of facilities close by or transport available
      • In remote rural areas or run down inner cities, we may find fewer facilities available, poor public transport to get here, and less information and publicity on what is happening
    • lifestyle
    • disability
    • equality and diversity
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