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Dear Sport England,

Records show from documents including bank statements, reported to have turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019, that Sport England paid £44,370 to Wednesbury Celebrates Sport, maybe operating under the name Sport Wednesbury or Sport Activator, on 27th June 2014. The reference for the payment was 401902 21712764.

It is understood that Sport England then ceased the funding of this grant recipient over concerns about the use of the funding, but that no grant funding was recovered.

Please provide all documentation held in relation to the above mentioned payment, including monitoring reports and any correspondence with the grant recipient.

Yours faithfully,

[name removed] [name removed]

FOI, Sport England

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FOI, Sport England

Dear Mr [name removed],

 

Thank you for your recent email in which you request Wednesbury Celebrates
Sport information. Your email was received on 1 July 2019 and has been
passed to me as I am responsible for responding to requests for
information held by Sport England.

 

As a public body, Sport England is subject to the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and we will handle your request in accordance with
the terms set out in the Act. We will provide you with our full response
promptly and usually within twenty working days. In some circumstances we
may extend this to allow us to consider the public interest; if this is
necessary in your case I will write to you again and explain why.

 

I will be in touch again in due course and in any event not later than 30
July 2019. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me if I can be of
any further assistance.

 

Kind regards,

FOI Team

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [1]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [2]Erin Stephens

 

 

From: [name removed] [name removed] <[FOI #586033 email]>
Sent: 01 July 2019 20:58
To: FOI <[Sport England request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Wednesbury Celebrates Sport -
documents that turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019

 

Dear Sport England,

Records show from documents including bank statements, reported to have
turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019, that Sport England
paid £44,370 to Wednesbury Celebrates Sport, maybe operating under the
name Sport Wednesbury or Sport Activator, on 27th June 2014. The reference
for the payment was 401902 21712764.

It is understood that Sport England then ceased the funding of this grant
recipient over concerns about the use of the funding, but that no grant
funding was recovered.

Please provide all documentation held in relation to the above mentioned
payment, including monitoring reports and any correspondence with the
grant recipient.

Yours faithfully,

[name removed] [name removed]

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FOI, Sport England

Dear Mr [name removed],

 

Further to my email below, I am writing to let you know that we are unable
to proceed with your request until we are able to verify your identity.
This is because we have cause to believe that you have used a pseudonym to
request the information about Wednesbury Celebrates Sports.  Section
8(1)(b) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires that a request for
information must include the real name of the requester. Consequently, a
request made using a pseudonym is invalid.

 

I would therefore be grateful if you could provide us with evidence of
your identity at your earliest convenience.

 

We have placed your request on hold until we receive the evidence
requested from you. In the event that I do not receive clarification
within 30 days from the date of this email I will consider your request
closed.

 

Kind regards,

 

FOI Team

 

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [1]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [2]Erin Stephens

 

 

From: FOI
Sent: 02 July 2019 14:50
To: [name removed] [name removed] <[FOI #586033 email]>
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information request - Wednesbury Celebrates Sport
- documents that turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019

 

Dear Mr [name removed],

 

Thank you for your recent email in which you request Wednesbury Celebrates
Sport information. Your email was received on 1 July 2019 and has been
passed to me as I am responsible for responding to requests for
information held by Sport England.

 

As a public body, Sport England is subject to the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and we will handle your request in accordance with
the terms set out in the Act. We will provide you with our full response
promptly and usually within twenty working days. In some circumstances we
may extend this to allow us to consider the public interest; if this is
necessary in your case I will write to you again and explain why.

 

I will be in touch again in due course and in any event not later than 30
July 2019. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me if I can be of
any further assistance.

 

Kind regards,

FOI Team

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [3]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [4]Erin Stephens

 

 

From: [name removed] [name removed]
<[5][FOI #586033 email]>
Sent: 01 July 2019 20:58
To: FOI <[6][Sport England request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Wednesbury Celebrates Sport -
documents that turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019

 

Dear Sport England,

Records show from documents including bank statements, reported to have
turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019, that Sport England
paid £44,370 to Wednesbury Celebrates Sport, maybe operating under the
name Sport Wednesbury or Sport Activator, on 27th June 2014. The reference
for the payment was 401902 21712764.

It is understood that Sport England then ceased the funding of this grant
recipient over concerns about the use of the funding, but that no grant
funding was recovered.

Please provide all documentation held in relation to the above mentioned
payment, including monitoring reports and any correspondence with the
grant recipient.

Yours faithfully,

[name removed] [name removed]

-------------------------------------------------------------------

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[7][FOI #586033 email]

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FOI, Sport England

Dear Mr [name removed]

 

As we have not received any evidence of your identity from you, we now
consider this matter as closed.

 

Should you wish to submit a fresh request for information, please email us
at [1][Sport England request email]

 

Kind regards

 

FOI Team

 

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [2]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [3]Erin Stephens

 

 

From: FOI <[Sport England request email]>
Sent: 17 July 2019 11:38
To: [name removed] [name removed] <[FOI #586033 email]>;
FOI <[Sport England request email]>
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information request - Wednesbury Celebrates Sport
- documents that turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019

 

Dear Mr [name removed],

 

Further to my email below, I am writing to let you know that we are unable
to proceed with your request until we are able to verify your identity.
This is because we have cause to believe that you have used a pseudonym to
request the information about Wednesbury Celebrates Sports.  Section
8(1)(b) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires that a request for
information must include the real name of the requester. Consequently, a
request made using a pseudonym is invalid.

 

I would therefore be grateful if you could provide us with evidence of
your identity at your earliest convenience.

 

We have placed your request on hold until we receive the evidence
requested from you. In the event that I do not receive clarification
within 30 days from the date of this email I will consider your request
closed.

 

Kind regards,

 

FOI Team

 

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [4]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [5]Erin Stephens

 

 

From: FOI
Sent: 02 July 2019 14:50
To: [name removed] [name removed] <[6][FOI #586033 email]>
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information request - Wednesbury Celebrates Sport
- documents that turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019

 

Dear Mr [name removed],

 

Thank you for your recent email in which you request Wednesbury Celebrates
Sport information. Your email was received on 1 July 2019 and has been
passed to me as I am responsible for responding to requests for
information held by Sport England.

 

As a public body, Sport England is subject to the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and we will handle your request in accordance with
the terms set out in the Act. We will provide you with our full response
promptly and usually within twenty working days. In some circumstances we
may extend this to allow us to consider the public interest; if this is
necessary in your case I will write to you again and explain why.

 

I will be in touch again in due course and in any event not later than 30
July 2019. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me if I can be of
any further assistance.

 

Kind regards,

FOI Team

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [7]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [8]Erin Stephens

 

 

From: [name removed] [name removed]
<[9][FOI #586033 email]>
Sent: 01 July 2019 20:58
To: FOI <[10][Sport England request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Wednesbury Celebrates Sport -
documents that turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019

 

Dear Sport England,

Records show from documents including bank statements, reported to have
turned up in a box on someone’s doorstep in March 2019, that Sport England
paid £44,370 to Wednesbury Celebrates Sport, maybe operating under the
name Sport Wednesbury or Sport Activator, on 27th June 2014. The reference
for the payment was 401902 21712764.

It is understood that Sport England then ceased the funding of this grant
recipient over concerns about the use of the funding, but that no grant
funding was recovered.

Please provide all documentation held in relation to the above mentioned
payment, including monitoring reports and any correspondence with the
grant recipient.

Yours faithfully,

[name removed] [name removed]

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[11][FOI #586033 email]

Is [12][Sport England request email] the wrong address for Freedom of Information
requests to Sport England? If so, please contact us using this form:
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Disclaimer: This message and any reply that you make will be published on
the internet. Our privacy and copyright policies:
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latest advice from the ICO:
[15]https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/help/ico-...

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be delayed.

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