This Girl Can

This Girl Can celebrates women being active whatever their size, ability, or previous experience.

Sport England’s national campaign is returning in 2017 so keep an eye out for TV adverts, billboards, taster sessions and more encouraging more women to get active. If you’re a sports club, leisure or youth centre, or simply a group trying to get more active, you could use the campaign to set up women’s sessions or simply put a call out for more women to join you.

 

This Girl Can logo with Active Lincolnshire logo

Get Involved

We’re always looking for ways to get more people, more active, more often. If you’ve got a This Girl Can project or programme you’d like us to promote please get in touch. We’d also love to hear about your successes or outcomes.

Contact us by emailing communications@lincolnshiresport.com or calling us at the office on 01522 730 325.

Come together and share your stories, tips and hints – like the This Girl Can Lincolnshire Facebook page and join a community of women doing what they enjoy whatever their size, ability, or previous experience

If you’re a school, college, activity provider  or leisure centre and need some inspiration or resources or would simply like to learn more about the This Girl Can project click on the relevant tab below.

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Looking for an Activity? Use our Activity Finder

Looking for a Club? Use our club Finder

Want to find a Sport? Check our sports pages

About This Girl Can

This Girl Can is a national campaign developed by Sport England and delivered in partnership with a wide range of organisations. More men play sport than women at every age, and the aim of This Girl Can is to close the persistent gender gap within sport and activity.

  • Research shows two million fewer women than men are active, but 75% of women do want to do more.
  • A primary barrier for women getting into sport and physical activity is fear of judgement.
  • This Girl Can celebrates the active women everywhere who are doing their thing no matter how they do it, how they look, or how sweaty they might get.