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Get Berkshire Active is one of the 43 Active Partnerships across England.

We tackle inequalities in physical activity in Berkshire and promoting the benefits of an active lifestyle.

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Are you a physical activity provider in Berkshire (or a local organisation delivering physical activity sessions)?

If you are seeking funding for your club or organisation to deliver physical activity/sport sessions, take a look at the funding opportunities here.

If you are running physical activity sessions in Berkshire, upload your sessions to the Activity Finder and make them visible for Berkshire residents.

If you are seeking advice on how to run a session in current pandemic restrictions, Sport Enlgand have this page for you.

Do you want to collaborate with Get Berkshire Active on a local plan/strategy? Take a look at the summary of the GBA Strategic Intent and contact the GBA team member.

Get Berkshire Active's work in Berkshire does not involve managing or arranging sporting facilities. We would like to recommend contacting the facility provider or local authority if you have a query about an existing facility. If you are seeking support for a new facility your NGB representative is a good place to start.

Are you working with children and young people in Berkshire?

If you are working with children and young people in Berkshire, contact regarding the Berkshire School Games.

GBA Safeguarding resources will guide you on the Children and Young People Protection in sport and physical activity.

Are you working with individuals with long term health conditions and /or disabilities?

Use the GBA directory with useful information, printable materials and Fall-Proof resources to help people with LTHC and disabilities to say active and benefit from physical activity.

If you are a healthcare worker, use our Learning Portal to gain knowledge and confidence in supporting this group of Berkshire residents.

Are you looking for ways to get moving in Berkshire?

Find information about the Ever Active sessions for older adults here.

We are running our Mums' Zone sessions for pregnant women and new mothers.

Take a look at our Active at Home page to find resources to help you stay active at home.

Learn the ways to stay active if you live with a disability or health condition here.

Take a look at the Berkshire Local Authorities' directories for activity sessions organised locally for you.

Are you thinking of a career in the physical activity sector?

Contact our Workforce Manager for advice and guidance. Take a look at our learning resources and training opportunities. Consider volunteering as a starting point.

Thinking of improving your coaching skills and/or updating your certification?

Take a look at our forthcoming training sessions. Contact our Workforce Manager to learn more and get advice.

Are you managing clubs or activity sessions?

We are running regular webinars supporting clubs or physical activity providers on their way to success. Take a look at our training opportunities or contact our Workforce Manager to learn more.

Are you passionate about physical activity or know someone who is?

If you are passionate about staying active and would like to champion physical activity in Berkshire, join us as a volunteer.

If you know an organisation or individual helping Berkshire residence to stay active, nominate them to the annual GBA Awards.

If you have a suggestion on how GBA can improve its work please contact us via

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