Get Out Get Active Couch 2 5k

By Louise O'reilly on April 27th, 2018 - comments

The April Couch 2 5k has been a great success, with 66 new participants braving the elements and taking part in the programme. Couch 2 5K is a ten week programme for novices and those that want to get back in to running. Participants are guided and motivated to start off slowly and then develop and […]

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Team building with the co-op

By Louise O'reilly on April 27th, 2018 - comments

On Thursday the 19 April Active Lincolnshire delivered a team building session for the co-op food development programme LEAP (Learn, Engage, Apply and Perform). Active Lincolnshire uses wheelchair basketball as a method for work forces to improve team cohesion and development in a fashion that participants find motivating and engaging. As part of the session […]

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GoExplore Lincolnshire

By Louise O'reilly on April 27th, 2018 - comments

Active Lincolnshire are incredibly excited to announce the development of a whole new informative and interactive walking experience with it’s new walking app GoExplore Lincolnshire. Active Lincolnshire, funded by Sport England, has developed an event exploring app which guides users to locations on a map, provides additional information about the location and monitors activity while in use. […]

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England Roses Commonwealth Games win inspires women to take up netball

By Louise O'reilly on April 19th, 2018 - comments

Last Sunday (15 April), England Roses were crowned Commonwealth Games champions for the first time in their history, after beating host nation Australia 52-51 in the gold medal final.In Lincolnshire, there has already been a surge in interest in the sport.  Louise Key, Netball Development Officer for England Netball in Lincoln, said: “We run netball […]

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Diabetes Prevention Week Success

By Louise O'reilly on April 17th, 2018 - comments

Diabetes Prevention Week 2018 was a great success, with roadshows held across the county bringing knowledge and insight around type 2 diabetes and the different options available to improve prevention. During the week long promotion our leisure partners kindly provided their services at the events on our behalf, providing information and knowledge about physical activity […]

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Sport England releases latest activity figures for England

By Louise O'reilly on March 22nd, 2018 - comments

Sport England have today announced the Active Lives Adult Survey figures that give a snapshot of the nation’s activity habits. The results show a stable picture and are taken from a survey of 200,000 adults across England. There are currently 27.7 million people – 61.8% of the 16+ population in England – classed as active. […]

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Would you like to have Fencing available at your School?

By Louise O'reilly on March 19th, 2018 - comments

British Fencing has recently announced that Premier Activate will become an “Official Delivery Partner in Primary Education”. If your school is interested in trying fencing for the first time you can click here to fill in a contact form. Alternatively, if your school would like to have staff members become a fencing coach you can […]

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Striving to Creative an Active Workplace

By Louise O'reilly on March 15th, 2018 - comments

On February 21st at The Epic Centre, Lincoln Showground, fifteen “Champions” attended a workshop with the sole purpose of supporting and creating an environment at work which promotes being active. Active Lincolnshire hosted the pilot training workshop, which delivered a strategy of change for each Workplace Champion to take back to his or her workplace […]

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PE & School Sport Conference 2018 – 8th June

By Louise O'reilly on February 6th, 2018 - comments

NEW DATE: 8th June 2018 To book please contact Lynsey Norris on 01522 730 325 Lincolnshire’s biggest primary school event returns on Friday 8 June with another packed agenda comprising of keynote speakers, local providers and practical workshops. There will also be updates on national strategies and policies and how they will impact local schools. The […]

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