Get Out Get Active – GOGA

'Get Out - Get Active' (GOGA) is an exciting new programme that supports disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy being active together. Funded by Spirit of 2012, all partners are focused on getting some of the UK's least active people moving more through fun and inclusive activities.
Join us for a morning of discovery to learn how Power Assisted Exercise can help you Get Out and Get more Active

Power Assisted Exercise can help improve mobility, assist in rehabilitation and helps to manage long term conditions such as stroke, MS, Fibromyalgia, neurolgical conditions.

We have secured the services of three expert speakers, Dr Sara Payne MBE, Rachel Young, Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallum University and Charissa Newsome from Shapemaster, who will present "The Evolution of Power Assisted Exercise' and its place in today's rehabilitation market."
Afterwards you will have the opportunity to try the power assisted equipment for yourself, followed by a free finger food buffet at 1pm, so you can continue to find out more and network 11am - 1pm Wednesday 15 November
This is a FREE event and takes place at:The Ageless Thanet Feelgood Factory
80 High Street,
Margate, CT9 1DT

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The GOGA Project Thanet is excited to introduce a set of fully inclusive relaxed golf sessions designed for all abilities.

Running every Tuesday from the 25th July between 11-12pm with Gary Bason at Stonelees Golf Centre. These sessions are designed to be relaxed and friendly there is no dress code and you need never have picked up a club before. They are fully inclusive so if you have concerns relating to injury, disability or mobility the sessions can be adapted to suit your needs. If you are looking for a gentle activity in a relaxing social environment then fill in your details below to book onto the session.

The cost for the sessions is:
£10 per session if booked individually
£40 for 5 sessions
To book: contact Gary on 07791 1308596 or

The session includes an hours coaching from a PGA professional, plus all club and ball hire so you don’t need to worry about a thing!

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Beyond the immediate scope of GOGA, we are committed to support participants engaged in the programme to remain “active for life”, enable partners to provide a sustainable mainstream inclusive offer and share with others our findings to inform future practice and investment.
Through GOGA nationally we will:
  • Reach 16,500 individual participants, at least 40% of whom will remain active
  • Deliver over 30,000 sessions through 550 different activities
  • Recruit, train and involve over 2,000 volunteers
  • Improve confidence and competence through 500 training sessions
Spirit of 2012 is an independent trust, established with a £47m endowment from the Big Lottery Fund. We fund projects that empower people to get out, be involved and feel better. We fund partners that provide opportunities in sports, physical activity, arts and culture, volunteering and social action.
Spirit of 2012 have invested £4.5 million to support more people to lead active and healthier lifestyles through the GOGA programme.
This unique programme aims to increase demand for, and the accessibility of, existing provision in local authorities, sports clubs and the voluntary sector by responding to key motivators and drivers for becoming physically active.
It aims to reach those with the greatest need, contributing tomeasurable health and wellbeing benefits for individuals and stronger, more cohesive and active societies. It offers genuinely inclusive opportunities for everyone.
GOGA runs for over three years (2016-2019) and within 18 localities across the UK. We have teamed up with an extensive range of partners to help us reach more people, who have the greatest need to get out and get active. These partners offer in-depth local knowledge and national expertise.
To find out more about GOGA  visit their page here: or contact us using the form below: