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Two years ago, Mind set up a North West Mind Network to support people to access positive mental health in sport and physical activity and local clubs play a big part in this.
Grassroots clubs from deprived and ethnically diverse communities face the biggest challenges in returning to organised community activity post-lockdown, research conducted by the Sport and Recreation Alliance reveals.
Over the past 12 months we have been working closely with organisations like Bury VCFA and Bury Live Well Service to explore how we connect closer together, to tackle some of the big issues when it comes to moving more in our communities.
Lancashire Lions Visually Impaired Sports Club have gone digital throughout the pandemic to support visually impaired young people to remain active throughout lockdowns
Iain set up AFC Masters, a football club run for children and adults with a disability, but had to adapt to keep the communal, interactive side of the club continue
How Rayner Stephens’s Academy has adapted their physical activity provision to work remotely during the coronavirus pandemic