Issue 14 January 2019

Matters

Girls Get Active

In April last year we awarded Mid Sussex Active £2,100 for their new 'Girls Get Active' programme, which helps young girls who are at risk of becoming disengaged with exercise to take part in activities in an informal and fun environment.

The project is now in full swing and it was fantastic to see 330 girls from 22 Mid Sussex schools get together at The Triangle leisure centre in Burgess Hill to try out Funky Aerobics, Zumba and Yoga as part of the scheme.

To find out more about the Girls Get Active project visit https://midsussexactive.org.uk/

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