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Your Leisure, have been awarded over three years to continue the legacy of the Get Out Get Active programme in Dover, Kent.
500 residents come to East Park for Active Black Country's Bank Holiday Family Fun Day as part of Get Out Get Active in Wolverhampton.
Get Out Get Active and Wilshire Council have teamed up with Tedworth Equestrian Centre to deliver sessions for disabled and non-disabled people to be active with horses to encourage them to be more active whilst experiencing stable life.
Get Out Get Active, in partnership with Volunteering Matters, launch their new Volunteer Management Toolkit, providing organisations with a step-by-step guide to building an inclusive volunteer programme.
Active Black Country launch their Get Out Get Active toolkit for Faith Centres as part of Inter Faith Week 2021.
Get Out Get Active teamed up with Peloton Liverpool to provide cycling opportunities to students. Read Alex's blog on his experience as both a participant and a volunteer.
On Tuesday 12 October, Get Out Get Active (GOGA) held their fifth annual conference.
Get Out Get Active launches new learning resources sharing the What? How? Who and What next of GOGA?
Join Get Out Get Active at their virtual impact and learning workshop.
Get Out Get Active in Bassetlaw has teamed up with Retford Tennis Club and St Giles School to teach inclusive tennis sessions.
Active Blackpool launch Get Out Get Active with a series of events.
Get Out Get Active partners, Live Active NI, are helping children learn about their physical and mental wellbeing with a new wellbeing club.