By supporting each other and working together, we can help get everyone in Gloucestershire be more active.
Do you have an idea you’d like to make happen but don’t know where to start? Or are you running an activity or group and want to get more people involved? Perhaps you need funding to get started or need some help to get the word out.
With the challenges of coronavirus, see our resource on recovery support available for you and your activity.
You can find training and support from the 'we can move' community of change makers to help you inspire others to get more active. Whether it’s organising an event, learning first aid skills or how to use social media, we have training courses to help you.
Anyone can become a change maker. Whether you're a commissioner, or you run a community project or club, a health practitioner, a coach, a GP or personal trainer; you can be a change maker. Join a growing movement and become a part of this learning community.
Use the we can move model when designing your activity.
Discover change maker opportunities in Gloucestershire.
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Support older adults to move more for a fitter life.
Help your patients and colleagues be more active.
Support women to get more physical activity into their lives.
Create inclusive physical activity spaces.
Help your school to be more active, achieve more and be happier.
Help your family, friends or neighbours to get moving.
Make your workplace a healthier and happier place to be.
Make Gloucestershire a more naturally active place.
We can guide you to make the right decision for your project. We offer consultancy to help you understand more about the people you are working with, the processes you can put in place and who else you can connect to in Gloucestershire. Make it happen.
Find out what is already happening. You can also get in touch and share your ideas, groups and campaigns.
Whatever your long-term health condition, find something that works for you.
A way for children to be fit for life and fit for learning during the school day.
Strength and balance exercises you can do at home (and at your coffee morning group!).
Supporting older volunteers who inspire others to be active.
Whether you’re walking to work or jogging with your pram, it’s time to celebrate how women and girls are fitting more exercise into their lives.
Year-round sport and physical activity opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
Equipment loan to help older adults and disabled people enjoy fun, friendly and social activity in the community.
Without funding, even great ideas may struggle to have the impact they deserve.