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Get Out Get Active launch Nottingham’s top tips to setting up a deliverers' network to support other organisations who are thinking about doing the same.
Get Out Get Active in Blackpool is proud to be working alongside Active Lancashire to deliver activities to young people at Streetlife and William Lyon’s House.
Get Out Get Active in Bassetlaw are creating multiple walk and talk groups. Read Paul's blog to see how GOGA is continuing to help people in the local community.
We spoke to a participant, Liz, at Tedworth Equestrian centre in Wiltshire about her experience of GOGA.
Get Out Get Active is teaming up with Thru Life to spark positive change in local communities.
GOGA in Action in Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council is named overall winner for Best Health and Wellbeing Initiative at this year’s Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) Awards
Today Get Out Get Active launch a campaign to celebrate the success of GOGA. Showing how GOGA can help organisations do things differently to engage inactive disabled and non-disabled people in activity together using #TheGOGAWay.
Get Out Get Active teamed up with Community Dementia Links (CDL) in the Forest of Dean, to support older people with dementia to be active. Read Gill's blog on her volunteering experience.
A Sport England guest blog on Get Out Get Active's recent Closing the Gap sessions.
Our partners, Amber Valley Council and Amber Valley Centre for Volunteer Services (CVS) are working with local social prescribers to introduce activities into the community.
On Thursday 19 May Get Out Get Active held their seventh annual conference in Manchester. With a keynote from Verity Smith and panel discussions on how GOGA has helped people be active together and reaching a diverse audience.
Your Leisure, have been awarded over three years to continue the legacy of the Get Out Get Active programme in Dover, Kent.