Forth Valley Disability Sport successfully launched their Get Out Get Active (GOGA) project ‘Lady GOGA’ at the Branch AGM and Awards Ceremony on Monday 20 February 2017. The event was hugely successful with over 100 attendees ranging from Provosts to coaches, volunteers, athletes, families and the vast number of partners/sponsors FVDS work with.
Forth Valley Disability Sport project ‘Lady GOGA’ main aim is to significantly increase female participation in disability sport and physical activity across the Forth Valley area. FVDS will work with many of their key partners during this three year project, including Blazing Saddles, Paths For All and Scottish Swimming to deliver the outcomes. For more information on the FVDS ‘Lady GOGA’ project watch the video below.
GOGA is an exciting new UK programme funded by Spirit of 2012 with three Scottish localities, Grampian, Fife and Forth Valley, taking part. More information on GOGA can be found in the launch booklet here.