HIGHLIGHTS:

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The latest data shows that we are tackling inactivity three times faster than the national average.

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1.7%

More adults are moving in GM, up by 1.7% since 2015-16, which is triple the national average increase of 0.5%.

69.6%

69.6% of the population is active which is progress towards our GM Moving target of 75% moving by 2025 (increase from 68.2% since 2015-16)

£13M

Additional investment totalling over £13million to activity in GM.

GAP

The gap is closing between the least active and most active boroughs in GM. The gap is also closing on gender inequalities, and those with long term limiting illness or disability.

GOVERNANCE

Independent board review - High Performing Board A code for Sports Governance - Highest level of governance Quest Assessment - Identified as an Excellent ‘Active Partnership’

launch
Launched Moving Forces Programme targeting veterans in GM.
active
Launched Active Ageing Programme targeting older adults in GM.
22%
22% increase in number of primary schools taking part in The Daily Mile.
nurseries
The Daily Mile launched in nurseries and workplaces across GM.
brand
Brand refresh undertaken.
vip
8,732 Volunteers signed up to VIP.
conference
Delivered the inaugural GM Inclusion Conference with 50 attendees.
qualified
1,025 people trained or qualified.
swimming
Worked with ASA to deliver GM Swim Summit where 45 partners attended with a view to forming the early stages of a swimming strategy for GM.
trainer
69 Satellite clubs were funded to be set up which enabled 2,262 young people to access various different activities.
games
72,745 participants accessed the School Games across level 2 competitions in their local area over the last year, with 5,666 qualifying for and attending a Greater Manchester level 3 event.