It doesn’t matter what age we are, the benefit of keeping active and strong is still the same. Our health is better, we feel happier and we can get out to see friends and family too.
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We are excited to announce the launch of a community photography project aimed at celebrating and recognising local changemakers who are making a posi
Organisations, community groups, sports clubs, activity providers and more, coming together to help get people in Gloucestershire active.
By becoming a we can move changemaker, you can access resources and training to help you help others.
Creating genuinely inclusive environments where people can be active together.
Whatever your long-term health condition, find something that works for you.
Supporting older volunteers who inspire others to be active.
Strength and balance exercises you can do at home (and at your coffee morning group!).
Equipment loan to help older adults and disabled people enjoy fun, friendly and social activity in the community.
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.
Build activity for your group
A range of equipment is available for your group to borrow to increase physical activity.
Spread the word
Join others across the county who are sharing our fall-proof campaign with their groups.
Connect with like-minded people, organisations and community volunteers to share ideas and best practice. We have networks and forums to share your ideas on how to build in physical activity for older adults and to hear from others doing the same. Join this community of like minded people.
Build more movement into every day.
Meet Phil, who has just started getting his lunch club active.
A network of people encouraging others to be active.