Year-round sport and physical activity opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
Blogs, inisghts and more to help us all get Gloucestershire moving.
The latest on physical activity, how to be a change maker and the funding available to support you.
We need to find a new home for Rush Skatepark and our friends at the Grace Network.
The social movement we can move was conceived with the aim to create a step change in the county’s physical activity levels – has it worked?
Supporting clubs and community organisations to explore social investment
I’ve written this blog as an opportunity to reflect on the last year and to describe my commitment to take action to tackle racism.
Active Gloucestershire CEO Tom Beasley takes a look at Sport England's latest strategy, Uniting the Movement.
Information on a fund for under-represented community groups to help deal with the effects of Covid.
Nurturing wellbeing in the workplace has become a real challenge throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's a look at what we've learned.
Take your pupils from sitting at their desks to running a mile in four weeks.
Find out how to avoid deconditioning during lockdown - and beyond!
Together we can help create an active future for our young people.
2020 emphasised the importance of building and adapting accessible activity.
Physical activity can have a huge impact on improving our quality of life.
Up to date information to help you help others to stay active and safe.
Share a picture or video of yourself doing your Fall-proof exercises and receive a prize worth up to £25.
We can move has put together a useful resource to help you support your local club or community group.
Top tips to inject some more life into your desk job.
Practical guidance to help you create a safe playing environment.
Practical and easy to use advice, guidance and tips on physical activity.
Safe, supportive and friendly classes to add to your Fall-proof plan.
Print it, fold it and keep it! Use them around your space.
The Daily Mile has launched a brilliant new resource to help support schools to get active.
Reshaping physical activity for schools during coronavirus.
Helping to get your school back on the move
Support for schools to open their facilties for hire to their local community.
A countywide school sports festival adapting to the challenges of coronavirus and delivering a virtual event.
As restrictions continue to ease across the UK, it’s time to start looking at what recovery looks like post-Covid.
From 29 June to 12 July, get outside, get active and have fun playing swingball; a perfect activity for small groups.
Learning Disability Week, 15 to 21 June, is an opportunity to think and act on how we support those with a learning disability to be more active.
We can all do our bit to break down the barriers to making physical activity accessible for everyone.
Children are moving less now than when schools closed. To keep them moving and having fun, here is a challenge from Tweedy the clown.
Useful online resources to help you continue to support others to be active.
Stay home, stay active. Figuring out how to maintain a level of normality in our day.
We need to support each other and to put physical activity on our to do lists, to help with our physical and mental health.
Encouraging everyone in Gloucestershire to stay healthy and active at this time.
Without funding, even great ideas may struggle to have the impact they deserve.
Deciding to be more active is a brilliant first step. Get started with these simple ideas for staying active.
Debate about resurrecting the Lydney-Sharpness bridge is shining a light on the way we think about travel and health.
Working with a wide range of organisations, Special Olympics Gloucestershire helps develop projects that will increase physical activity and sport opportunities for disabled people across the county. Children and adults with learning disabilities who participate in the Special Olympics Gloucestershire programme develop improved physical fitness and motor skills, greater self-confidence and a more positive self-image. Discover new friends, abilities and talents. There are a number of ways to get involved in the Special Olympics from being an athlete, volunteer, coach or even supporting events.
Find out about the Gloucestershire Active Inclusion Network.
Discover training opportunities to support disabled people to be more active.
Explore articles and resources to support your work.
We also welcome you to share your own idea, get involved and create your own groups and campaigns. Get in touch if you’d like to share your ideas!
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