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This Girl Can returns to Sussex

Categories: Active Sussex News This Girl Can

Released back in 2015, This Girl Can is a celebration of active women who are doing their thing no matter how well they do it, how they look or even how red their face gets. Research by Sport England entitled Go Where Women Are reported that less females participate in sport than males. The campaign tackles the ‘fear of judgement’ factor that has been […]

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#ThisGirlCan: Tess Tries… Trampolining

Categories: Active Sussex News This Girl Can

There’s a new fitness craze taking Sussex by storm, and it’s far too much fun to keep to myself. Before we made this video I’d never been trampolining before in my whole life. When Sky High Trampoline Park opened this year in Peacehaven I knew we had to try it out. We didn’t just go […]

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Change to Improve Activity Opportunities for Visually Impaired Women Required

Categories: Disability Sport This Girl Can

Findings published in a new report by leading national charities, Women in Sport and British Blind Sport, highlight a need for providers to improve their activity offers for blind and partially sighted women. The report titled Small Changes, Big Difference, is the first of its kind to explore how sport and physical activity affects the […]

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In a Spin

Categories: Active Sussex Events Active Sussex News Health & Wellbeing This Girl Can

As part of this year’s Women’s Sport Week, in partnership with Sport Brighton and the University of Brighton, Active Sussex participated in a ladies-only spin class at the University of Brighton Sports Centre. For those new to the world of ‘spin’, as were some of our participating ladies – spin is an indoor workout on a […]

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