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Get Out Get Active continues to support disabled and non-disabled people in Northern Ireland to get active together through a newly named GOGA in Action programme.
Get Out Get Active partner, Active Blackpool, teams up with PING! to provide table tennis equipment to local residents.
Get Out Get Active localities continue to find new ways to reach some of our most inactive audiences throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Tuesday 22 September, we took Get Out Get Active’s (GOGA) fourth annual conference online.
To understand the wider picture, Activity Alliance developed an overview of findings from the range of secondary resources released so far.
Activity Alliance has released the latest engagement factsheet titled ‘Supporting disabled people from low-income households to be active’.
Helen Derby, our GOGA England Programme Manager, recently caught up with Claudia Russell from Nottingham.
Activity Alliance has published Reopening Activity: An inclusive response, in consultation with partners across sport, leisure and disability equality.
Following three years in delivery, Get Out Get Active (GOGA) is celebrating the programme’s impact so far as it moves into the next phase.
The Get Out Get Active (GOGA) consortium, led by Activity Alliance, is looking to maximise the programme’s impact to date.
While everyone must follow government advice in social distancing, there are many ways to be active around the home and in the open air.
Sport England has today confirmed that it is making up to £195m of funding available to help the community sport and physical activity sector