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Greenwich Get Active News

Get active in Greenwich on International Women's Day!

Greenwich Get Active (GGA) has teamed up with the national campaign This Girl Can to celebrate International Women’s Day today (March 8th). This Girl Can and Greenwich Get Active, the physical activity programme run by the Trust on behalf of Royal...

Posted on 08 Mar 2016

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Getting Greenwich Moving!

As you know, the GGA website is the activity directory for the whole borough of Greenwich and serves as a one-stop shop for residents who want to find out how, when and where to get active.

Posted on 25 Feb 2016

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GoodGym comes to Greenwich

Royal Borough of Greenwich Public Health and Wellbeing is encouraging residents to combine their jogging with good deeds and get involved in a new running club which supports community projects.

Posted on 18 Feb 2016

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Walking football is back!

Back by popular demand, the Trust’s Greenwich Get Active programme is joining forces with the London Football Association and Age UK Bromley and Greenwich once again to run walking football sessions in Greenwich.

Posted on 10 Feb 2016

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Case study: Ken Jackson

Ken found out about Charlton Athletic Community Trust's Men’s Health Group after attending a walking group and bumping into Matt Phillips, a coordinator for the programme.

Posted on 04 Feb 2016

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Stay Warm, Stay Safe this winter

With temperatures set to dip below zero degrees over the next few days, Royal Greenwich’s Stay Warm, Stay Safe campaign is here to help those who may be vulnerable during this cold spell.

Posted on 14 Jan 2016

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Walking football returns to Greenwich

Charlton Athletic Community Trust is joining forces with the London Football Association an Age UK to run walking football taster sessions in Greenwich.

Posted on 09 Dec 2015

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Get together with the girls!

This Thursday (October 29th), Hawksmoor Youth Club in Thamesmead is holding a free event for women in the area to try new physical activities. Us Girls Rock is on from 10am until 4pm and is in associaton with the...

Posted on 26 Oct 2015

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GGA case study: Kam Armstrong

After signing up on a GGA roadshow, Kam spoke to a friendly advisor and took the step to become active. After an initial call from an advisor she was eager to try out some new activities and, after being...

Posted on 19 Oct 2015

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Walking volunteers needed!

Greenwich Get Walking is looking for volunteers to lead one our many walks around Greenwich. Join the team and uncover hidden areas of the borough you never knew existed whilst getting physically active! All volunteers will receive full training...

Posted on 15 Oct 2015

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