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Case Studies

Here are some great examples of how our work is helping communities across Sussex to become and stay more active.

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Boxing to improve confidence – Box HIIT Gym

Box HIIT Gym used funding from Active Sussex to form a project boxing for teens aged 14-19, aiming to get them active and support mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

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02 December 2021

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Going beyond 12-week exercise referrals – Active Worthing

Active Worthing Wellbeing Centre support people with long-term conditions to become, and stay active.

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02 December 2021

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Building a ‘person like me’ workforce – Running Space

Running Space have recruited run leaders from the participants who attend their 'Running to beat suicide' sessions

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02 December 2021

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Bridging the Digital Divide – Impact Initiatives

Impact Initiatives have been extremely successful at engaging people both on and offline since the pandemic began through The Hop 50+, a cafe and centre in Hove.

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02 December 2021

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RunningSpace – running to beat suicide

Walk2Run groups helps support people with long term health conditions including mental health conditions.

We take a look at some of the participants' journeys from inactive to active.

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08 October 2021

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Club Matters Return to Play series – Peterborough Town Sports Club on keeping their facilities Covid-safe

Back in October, Club Matters visited Peterborough Town Sports Club to see how they have been keeping everyone safe throughout their club, whilst managing the Covid-19 tiers guidelines.

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09 December 2020

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Upgrade Training

Up-Grade Training, Active Sussex and Active Rother team up once again to bring young people the most positive, real-world opportunities.

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23 April 2020

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More than just Walking – Ferring Walking Group

The Hardy Ferring Walking Group meets every Monday, throughout the year, whatever the weather and is all inclusive! The group supports those living with long term health conditions including cancer and mental health conditions and also helps support participants who have suffered from a bereavement.

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25 November 2019