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Get £200 towards coaching courses!


As part of Greenwich Get Active’s aim to develop physical activity within the borough, we thought we’d let you know that London Sport’s coaching bursary is now open to London-based coaches! Funding is available for up to 50% off...

Posted on 11 Oct 2015

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Get talking about World Mental Health Day


The Greenwich mental health and wellbeing forum are delivering a series of events and workshops to raise awareness for this year's World Mental Health Day this Saturday, October 10.

Posted on 08 Oct 2015

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Disability Day a huge success


The Greenwich Get Active Disability Day, which took place on August 9th proved very popular, with more than 200 people heading to a warm and sunny Hornfair Park in Greenwich to try the inclusive activities on display. Greenwich residents were...

Posted on 12 Aug 2015

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Disability Day this Sunday!


Our Disability Day returns to Hornfair Park in Greenwich this Sunday, showcasing lots of inclusive activities to try. Funded by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the event runs from 12pm until 4pm and there will also be a...

Posted on 06 Aug 2015

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Disability Awareness Day returns


Greenwich Get Active in conjunction with Greenwich Leisure Limited, is proud to once again be delivering the Disability Awareness Day which is returning on August 9th and, as ever, there will be tonnes of activities to try.

Posted on 30 Jun 2015

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National Walking Month a huge hit


GGA celebrated National Walking Month in May with over 50 organised walks throughout Greenwich. 

Posted on 07 Jun 2015

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Community games event comes to Greenwich


Greenwich Get Active providers and schools across the borough recently descended on Waterfront Leisure Centre in Woolwich to take part in a unique community games event.

Posted on 20 May 2015

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Mini marathon encourages children to get active


More than 1,000 children recently took part in a 2.62 mile Mini Marathon around Royal Greenwich Park to raise funds for Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice. 

Posted on 30 Apr 2015

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How Greenwich Get Walking Walked the Walk for The Upbeats


A group of ‘Greenwich Get Walking’ volunteer walk leaders took charge of 175 people over eight miles to celebrate World Down’s Syndrome Day by ‘Walking the Walk’ for The Charlton Upbeats. 

Posted on 07 Apr 2015

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Volunteer Walk leader: Carole Adams


Carole Adams has become the latest resident of the borough to become a volunteer walk leader under the Greenwich Get Active programme. Carol has been leading the Well Hall walk in Eltham that takes place on a Friday from...

Posted on 02 Mar 2015

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