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On Armed Forces Day GOGA is proud to be supporting veterans in Wiltshire to be physically active through gardening.
Get Out Get Active (GOGA) will feature on Thursday 15 June at Elevate with a session titled ‘The GOGA approach supporting healthier, happier and active lives’.
It's Volunteers' Week and Get Out Get Active want to celebrate and thank our volunteers who continue to support and engage some of the UK’s least active disabled and non-disabled people in inclusive and fun activities.
On Thursday 18 May, Get Out Get Active held their eighth annual conference in Birmingham. Celebrating how GOGA is creating healthier, happier and more connected communities through co-production and collaboration.
Get Out Get Active is working alongside Walk Derbyshire to promote accessible walking sessions in the local area.
On Disabled Access Day we showcase how local NHS providers are referring individuals to sessions to support their mental and physical health.
Our partners in Scotland, Tayside, are providing opportunities for women to take part in physical activity sessions that improve their health and confidence.
Get Out Get Active’s newly released inclusive workforce practices are a free resource to help organisations and activity providers.
Get Out Get Active partner, Live Active NI, launch their new Sensory Mile Event planning guide. A guide to support other organisations looking to organise their own.
Get Out Get Active is providing opportunities for women in local communities to come together in fun cycling sessions.
Get Out Get Active releases its new research report: ‘Developing inclusive leaders in Haringey'. Exploring how to create an inclusive environment for disabled participants and deliverers.
Get Out Get Active partner, Disability Sport NI, are bringing over 50s together in accessible activity sessions.