Here are some case studies showcasing our recent work.
We strive for physical activity to be recognised for the positive impact it has through improved physical and mental wellbeing, educational attainment, social cohesion and economic development on the lives of the people in Dorset.
Dorset School Games Move it Week celebrated sport and physical activity and saw over 160 Dorset Schools and 50,000 children register to take part.
Collaborative working and shared strategic vision key to the successful creation of Dorset ‘Picnic in the Park’ events.
Active Dorset is pleased to be able to share some of the progress from year one of our systems change approach to embed physical activity.
Active Dorset reached out to network of partners when we were informed of the Tackling Inequalities Fund to see if we could utilise their networks to reach swiftly the targeted under-represented groups.
At the core of Active Dorset’s engagement with low levels of physical activity is the development of a volunteer workforce within the county.
For more information on any of the projects above, please contact us:
Supporting strategic leaders with high quality advice and advocacy so that people in Dorset choose to enjoy an active lifestyle through participation in sport and physical activity.