GreaterSport is a high performing charity passionate about changing lives through physical activity and sport. Our vision is to make Greater Manchester the most active region in England. We are also the Active Partnership for Greater Manchester, one of a network across the country who work collaboratively to create the conditions for an active nation and use the power of sport and physical activity to transform live.
Our mission is to get 2 million people in Greater Manchester moving by 2021, see how we are progressing.
As the nation emerges from a long winter of lockdown restrictions, Greater Manchester is being urged to #GetOutThisMay by the Greater Manchester Walking Festival
Sarah Shard, Adult Participation Manager at Link4Life, explains how they have supported communities in Rochdale through the coronavirus pandemic
GreaterSport and other GM Moving partners have created a document together, to provide guidance and set out principles for the use of inclusive language.
Sport England have developed a 5 minute questionnaire about free Digital Marketing training and networking and would like to hear from frontline sport and physical activity groups.
GreaterSport have been awarded a share of Sport England’s £10.1 million investment to help schools open their facilities to the public
"Sporting Equals' research project with GreaterSport yielded really useful insights into BAME communities and participation in sport and physical activity. GreaterSport's expertise and knowledge was important to help gain information and intelligence that helped to inform practice and delivery going forward."
We’re looking for motivated, passionate and driven Gymnastics Coaches to join our Gymnastics team.
We are specifically looking for a passionate, motivational exercise specialist who can work in Tameside to grow participation, workforce and volunteers in walking and cycling by building a strong bond and help people to achieve health outcomes that will affect their lives for years to come.
Do you have a passion for cricket and helping people? Have you worked with young people, in particular girls aged 8 to 15? Enjoy working with communities? If so, we would like to hear from you.