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This week we are celebrating Movember. As the November campaign comes to a close, we are raising awareness of men's health by sharing stories from some of our GOGA male participants and volunteers.
A project that has got at least 1,500 inactive people in Wales moving has picked up a brand new award for its work. Today Get Out, Get Active (GOGA) has been named the inaugural Getting Wales Active winner for the Wales Sport Awards 2018
GOGA in Fife scheduled the 7th Fife Walk in the Park for Thursday 22nd November at the Michael Woods Sports & Leisure Centre. Sadly the weather was awful and it was bitterly cold, so plan B went into action.....
On 20th November we celebrated World Children’s Day. This year’s theme was #GoBlue to call on world leaders to commit to fulfilling the rights of every child. Take a look at a new video celebrating the day.
Sport England has launched the latest phase of its This Girl Can campaign, Fit Got Real, which aims to tackle the inequalities in levels of exercise between different social groups of women.
Sport England and partners launched a new resource for healthcare professionals
Swimming has significantly reduced the symptoms of anxiety or depression for 1.4 million adults in Britain, according to new research released today
New research shows almost half of disabled people fear losing benefits if they take part in exercise
An exciting plan to ensure more deaf swimmers can take part in competitive races on equal terms has been drawn up by Swim England
On Thursday 20 September, Get Out Get Active (GOGA) hosted its third annual conference in Manchester.
Activity Alliance and partners celebrate after last night's Global Awards where Get Out Get Active programme was shortlisted.
How to get involved and promote national Boccia Day on Thursday 27th September.