These are stories from individuals and organisations about getting active and what it means to them.
In this piece Scott Ballard-Ridley, Jack Ballard-Ridley and Niccola Hutchinson-Pascal discuss how co-production can bring about cultural change in the sport and physical activity sector.
In this story Rebecca Clarkson takes a look at the possibilities for co-production in the Fitness sector.
In this story, Anna Denham discusses a trip to visit some of our amazing Together Fund partners.
In Luke’s blog he discusses why older people need more support to get active, and how we can all work to rid society of these preventable barriers.
In this story, Javier considers why it is vital to understand what physical activity means to Disabled individuals and groups.
In this moving piece Roberto writes about the misconceptions and barriers he faces when getting active as a Disabled person.
In this blog Louise Hunt, a former Paralympic Tennis player, takes us through her memories of games in the past, and what elite sport has given her throughout her life.
In this story Fazilet Hadi, Head of Policy at Disability Rights UK and touches on her own relationship with sport and physical activity.
In this story, Martin Ede, Development and Implementation Manager at Equal Lives in Norfolk, discusses how his life has been turned around because he has found a sport he loves.
In this blog Roy Kimberley, a Fit 4 Life coordinator based at the Disability Resource Centre, Birmingham, shares with us his thoughts on the enduring legacy of the 2012 Paralympic games.
Anna Morell, Media and Communications Manager at Disability Rights UK and touches on what needs to happen for the games to be a launchpad for a more accessible future for all Disabled people.
Get Yourself Active’s Programme Manager, Liddie Bone, answers the question “What is co-production?”