Activity Alliance (Disability Sport) Newsletter

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New toolkits for sight loss organisations and sports clubs

British Blind Sport (BBS) and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) are pleased to announce the release of two new See Sport Differently toolkits to support sight loss organisations and sports clubs in helping blind and partially sighted people to be active.

Read more about the toolkits.

Get Out Get Active launch top tips to setting up a deliverers’ network

Get Out Get Active (GOGA) is a programme with people and partnerships at its heart. Our GOGA partner, Nottingham City Council, is doing what it can to support an important group of people – activity deliverers. The Nottingham’s top tips to setting up a deliverers’ network support other organisations that are thinking about doing the same.

Access the deliverers’ network tips.

“Want more to be active? Enjoyment and inclusion is the way.”

Head of Programmes at Activity Alliance, Kat Southwell, reflects on the importance of working together, challenging traditional practice, and how the Get Out Get Active approach is helping to integrate physical activity into more lives.

Read Kat’s blog.

Club Matters releases new Disability Inclusion Club Hub

Activity Alliance, in partnership with Sport England Club Matters, is excited to release the new Disability Inclusion Club Hub. The online tool aims to support clubs and organisations improve their activity opportunities, so more disabled people can be active at a local level.

Find out more about the Disability Inclusion Club Hub