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We have released a collection of resources to address the fact that disabled people are underrepresented among people working in the sport and activity sector.
Our Get Out Get Active celebration event brought people together from across the UK to recognise the importance of the programme's work.
GOGA participants get the chance to ‘see the world through their sister’s eyes’ thanks to wheelchair basketball club.
With only one week until the Get Out Get Active celebration event, Cat Celments joins our video series.
GOGA is proudly working with Disability Sport Wales and Strength Academy Wales to bring families together in inclusive activity sessions.
With just a couple of weeks to go until the Get Out Get Active celebration event, Fiona Reid joins our video series.
For Rosy Bevis, GOGA means more than being active, it’s means fun and friendship. Watch her conversation with May King to hear why.
Elaine Gordon tells us about how GOGA helped to ignite her passion for bowls.
One month today, we will be celebrating all things Get Out Get Active (GOGA). The UK-wide programme that has reached an extraordinary 160,000 people since 2016.
GOGA in Bassetlaw have helped a ‘Baton of Hope’ on its journey to 10 Downing Street to raise awareness of suicide prevention.
In Swindon, more thank 120 Special Educational Needs (SEN) children attended a GOGA Access Day at the end of June.
The Peel Project are hosting their Annual Community Health Fair on Wednesday 23 August. GOGA partner, Active Humber, are supporting the Peel Project through the programme.