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Showing you the way

Below you'll find some fantastic examples of organisations speaking to their participants, listening and working to ensure their offer is inclusive of everyone they want to reach.

From all-ability hockey sessions to working with social prescribers in Derbyshire, we think there'll be something in here for everyone.

Creating community inclusion

Teenagers put helmets on before riding on a BMX track

Poplar BMX

Showcasing how they've worked with Access Sport to create an inclusive environment for the whole community.

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Prioritising inclusivity

A group of black women in swimwear pose for the camera at a swimming pool

Soul Swimmers 

How to offer additional sporting provision to Black women.

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Hockey for all

A teenage boy in a powered wheelchair plays hockey

Tunbridge Wells Hockey Club

They particularly seek to engage disabled people and people with health conditions and enable them to participate on equal terms.

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Get Out Get Active

Get Out Get Active (GOGA) programme that runs across the UK, supporting disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy being active together.

Below are two examples of how their work has brought physical activity opportunities to face more barriers to activity that others.

In the first you'll learn how, as Covid-19 restrictions lifted, GOGA teamed up with Tedworth Equestrian Centre to deliver a series of sessions for disabled and non-disabled people to be active with horses.

The second case study details how GOGA is working with social prescribers in Amber Valley to support disabled and non-disabled people to be more physically active. 

Tedworth Equestrian Centre Amber Valley