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GO Active, Get Healthy

GO Active, Get Healthy is a brand new FREE to join programme available across Oxfordshire. It is here to support you to become more physically active by connecting you with a range of activities and opportunities, as well as providing motivational support to help get you get started…

GO Active, Get Healthy is a brand new FREE to join programme available across Oxfordshire. It is here to support you to become more physically active by connecting you with a range of activities and opportunities, as well as providing motivational support to help get you get started and keep you on track. It can offer you lots of additional support including subsidised activities, motivational coaching on the telephone and ongoing support to help you make a change.

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Ed Nicholas
Contact Position
Active Recreation Manager
Telephone
01865 252600
E-mail
enicholas@oxford.gov.uk
Website
http://www.getoxfordshireactive.org/

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people
Adults

Notes

GO Active, Get Healthy is a free to join programme that is available across all of Oxfordshire. People can complete and return a form to join the programme via the website or can be referred into the programme by a GO Active, Get Healthy Referrer (These are GP surgeries, Pharmacies, physios, housing associations, children centres). Initial assessment and the Motivational Coaching sessions are all done over the phone, so there is no specific venue. People can then choose from our wide range of activities we have available that are listed on our website or attend a local leisure centre, using our free leisure centre vouchers.  

Last checked on 20/07/2017

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