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Older residents of East Lindsey in Lincolnshire are getting active out and active playing bowls thanks to a new initiative.
We’re getting more disabled people active by providing one to one support from a mentor. This is part of the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) Peer Support project. Read on for more information....
Have a read of the fantastic work happening in Fife with adapted cycling and opportunities available during August...
Have a read of Forth Valley's 'Get Out Get Active' first solo and adaptive cycle event
Celebrities team up with Olympians to launch national mental wellbeing campaign for the Summer of World Athletics
Women in Sport’s GOGA journey moves into the North West. Innovation Manager, Julie Bunnage shares exciting news about inclusive accessible activities for women in Rochdale
Today, in our final article for the week, we hear from Kat, who is the GOGA Programme Manager.
Today, we hear from Pam from Disability Sport Fife, about her aspirations for GOGA.
Today, we hear from Emma from Volunteering Matters about her aspirations for GOGA.
Today, we hear from Rachael from Inspiring healthy lifestyles about her aspirations for GOGA across Wigan.
Today, we hear from Vicki from Live Active about her aspirations for GOGA.
Today, we hear from Julie from Women in Sport, about her aspirations for GOGA.