Tags: Get Doncaster Moving
Posted: Fri, 10 Jan 2020 13:50
Dance On is a fun way to get moving, socialise, and have a laugh.
You'll get to enjoy a range of dance styles, from a Jive to Bollywood! Read More »
Posted: Wed, 18 Dec 2019 08:44
Message from John Davis, Chief Operating Officer, Club Doncaster Foundation:
I am delighted to share our 2018-19 Impact Report with you. Over the course of the last delivery year we worked with over 8 thousand individuals, amassing over 200 thousand participant visits. Working with the Rovers, Dons and Belles to improve lives in our local community, you'll see the breadth of our delivery summarised in this document. This report showcases the individual participant stories, along with demonstrating the impact that partners like you have on supporting us on this journey. Read More »
Posted: Tue, 06 Aug 2019 09:41
The first major legacy investment into cycling facilities across the country has been showcased in Doncaster to mark 50 days to go until the 2019 UCI Road World Championships. Read More »
Posted: Thu, 01 Aug 2019 08:54
Skaters get their boards ready as new Skate Park opens in Doncaster
A new, free to use, Skate Park, is opening in Doncaster this week (Sunday 4 August).
The park, funded by Woodland Speaks is being managed by Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust (DCLT) at Adwick Leisure Complex.
Michael Hart, chief executive of DCLT said: "We are thrilled to be opening this skate park in Adwick for use by the local Doncaster community. It is fantastic that Woodland Speaks were able to fund the £246,000 project for the local community.
"The skate park is a result of a community consultation run by Woodland Speaks to find out what people wanted in the local community.
"It is wonderful that we were able to meet this need and develop a space for local children and young people to skate. This fantastic new facility is the only skate part in South Yorkshire with a Parkour section.
"Skateboarding is a great, fun way to keep fit that takes a lot of skill and precision to master, giving people a good level of overall fitness and flexibility.
"The fact that it is sited at Adwick Leisure Complex means that users will also have access to the activities and services available on site."
The course has been trialled by a group of young people from the Sprotbrough Skate Park who all said it was amazing.
Stephanie Bramhald, community manager for Woodland Speaks, a local trust, funded by the National Lottery said: "We are extremely pleased to have been able to fund this new facility for young people in our area.
"We asked what people wanted to see funding spent on and a Skate Park was very high up on people's wish lists.
"We've already had lots of positive comments from children and young people who are saying that they can't wait for it to open and it's going to be great that they can walk to this new park."
The Skate Park will be open daily, please see the DCLT website for times and updates www.dclt.co.uk
Posted: Thu, 23 May 2019 15:03
Active Independence are excited to announce they will be running a series of free classes in Rotherham and Doncaster aimed at improving the wellbeing of disabled people in the area. Read More »
Posted: Wed, 22 May 2019 08:23
On Sunday 9th June Club Doncaster are hosting Doncaster's first ever Half Marathon event at Keepmoat stadium. You may know people who are running in the event, but you can still get involved in the day by volunteering and supporting across the 13.1mile route.
Roles will range from event and water station support to sign up and registration, all with active roles in the support of what should be a fantastic event.
If you would like to volunteer, then please submit your details through this link: https://curlysathletes.co.uk/volunteer
Date: Sunday 9th June
7:30am – Volunteer event briefing
9:00am – Event start
12:30pm – Event finish
Thanks for your support to what looks to be a fantastic event!
Posted: Fri, 08 Mar 2019 10:29
We are pleased to announce that the nominations for the Doncaster School Active Travel Awards 2019 are now open! Read More »
Posted: Fri, 01 Feb 2019 10:15
What another fantastic turnout for the second annual Get Doncaster Moving Summit, seeing over 100 attendees come together to help develop a culture of physical activity for the Borough. The theme set by Dr Rupert Suckling, Director of Public Health and Chris Perks Executive Director of Sport England was "Doing It Differently" and "People and Places" emphasising the need to work collaboratively with communities to address our stubborn inactivity levels across the Borough. Read More »