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Getting Swindon Active

Our vision is an active Swindon where physical activity or movement is a normal part of how people live, work and play, with partners and local communities coming together to understand the barriers to activity and identify opportunities and action for change.

About Get Swindon Active

Get Swindon Active is a network of organisations in Swindon working together to make being active and moving more part of day-to-day life in Swindon. We want to encourage people to be more active whether at home or making the most of the streets and green spaces in and around our borough. We also want to understand and remove any barriers to being more active and moving more to reduce inequalities in access, participation and achievement.

We support

Working together with organisations and communities and linking closely with other related work is key to achieving our aims. We will work closely with other partnerships and strategic groups in delivering joint aims. This will help us to offer a wide range of opportunities to our communities including those who may be facing difficulties with being active. All will also benefit from shared learning and expertise, as well as good use of joint resources, with less overlap.

Getting Involved

By working together we can help to transform the lives of communities in Swindon through physical activity. Become part of the Get Swindon Active Partnership to join the movement and be part of a collective way of working that will change lives.

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