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Have a look at how Jonny Disability Sport Fife's peer mentor is supporting his community
The Minister of State for Disabled People, Work and Health Penny Mordaunt MP has unveiled plans for a pioneering cross-sector scheme to give disabled people and those with long-term health conditions better access to physical activity opportunities.
In November, Get Out Get Active (GOGA) is encouraging men across its 18 UK locations to find an activity right for them.
The World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day on 10 October. Here, three partners talk about Get Out Get Active’s influence on mental health, in the community and workplace.
In our final story recognising National Fitness Day, we talk to Rachael at Inspiring healthy lifestyles about the Wigan inclusive gym sessions
In our fifth story, recognising National Fitness Day, we look to Stoke and their Super Seniors classes.
In our fourth story, recognising National Fitness Day, Lindsay talks about the British Region fitness sessions in Lincolnshire.
In our third story, recognising National Fitness Day, Karla talks about GOGA women's and family sessions in Bradford.
In our second story recognising National Fitness Day, Emma, Sport and Physical Activity Officer for Enable Leisure and Culture in Wandsworth, talks about their Sporting Memories sessions.
Ryan McQuillan, Live Active NI Recreation Officer, begins our week recognising National Fitness Day. Find out more about their inclusive fitness sessions.
English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) reveals a new resource to support those who are new to sport or want to assist disabled people on how to get more active
Have a look at the latest opportunities from Disability Sport Fife