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An Active Community: Helping women and girls get active

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Council is working with the community to help women and girls to get more active, more often.

About

About: 

Council has sought feedback from women and girls across the Shire to assist with the future development of recreation facilities and the programming of activities. 

Engagement Update

Engagement Update: 

28 women and girls from across the Shire provided feedback via an online survey. 

Council worked with Federation University students to analyse the information from this survey, together with survey data from from local residents and volunteer management groups from the North of the Shire. 

To view the key findings for both projects, please visit the Activate the North project page: View the key findings

What Happens Next

What Happens Next: 

Council will use this information to support local clubs and groups, state sporting associations, and health providers to address need and remove barriers in an effort to offer more suitable and available forms of activity that encourage women and girls to get outdoors and active. Council will also use information regarding effective methods of communication to better promote opportunities and encourage physical activity.

Timeline

  • Women and girls survey: February - March 2017
  • 'Activate the north' facilities survey: April – May 2017
  • Data analysis: July 2017
  • Feedback to community: December 2017
  • Implementation of recommendations: 2018

Contact Information

Brodie Marston
Recreation Development Officer
5220 7111
Project Category: 
Community Development
Health and Wellbeing
Sport and Recreation
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Project Status: 
Past Project
Council consulted with women and girls to assist with the development of recreation facilities and activities across the Shire.

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Council acknowledges the traditional Wadawurrung owners of this land. Council pays its respects to Wadawurrung Elders both past and present and extends that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People who are part of Golden Plains Shire.