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Thousands more inactive people are set to benefit from £4million new funding for Get Out Get Active (GOGA)
A report on the impact of mixed ability sport has been released by International Mixed Ability Sports (IMAS) as part of their Sport England funded Mixed Ability Sports Development Programme (MASDP)
Our Chief Executive, Barry Horne, wants the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) programme to lead the way for more community-centred programmes.
Get Out Get Active Nottingham is delighted to feature in Activity Alliance’s latest campaign.
A new exciting campaign from Activity Alliance is calling time on negative perceptions. It features GOGA Nottingham netballers.
Get Out Get Active (GOGA) partners are delighted to be involved with The Great Get Together from 21 – 23 June.
This week Activity Alliance celebrates one year of the Inclusive Activity Programme.
Over the last week (1st- 7th June 2019) GOGA has been celebrating the amazing work of our volunteers. Take a look at what has been happening and our amazing stories
This week (3-9 June), Activity Alliance is celebrating #GreatCoaching across our channels.
New research released by Activity Alliance shines a light on non-disabled people’s attitudes on inclusive activity with disabled people.
As part of Mental Health Awareness week (13-19 May), Activity Alliance hears from Hayley Jarvis, Head of Physical Activity at Mind.
We take a look at a case study from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and hear from physiotherapist, Piers Baker, who talks about tapping into care home residents’ competitive streaks to boost activity.