The OASIS Project is designed to make playing sport & being active more appealing to the people of North Yorkshire & East Riding
The OASIS Project is designed to make playing sport and active recreation easier and more enticing for the population of North Yorkshire and East Riding. The project will use various 'hooks' to engage people in sport at least once a week. This will be through training programmes linked to mass participation events, informal opportunities to play sport (eg. Back to Netball) targeting specific groups, clubs and societies across North Yorkshire and the East Riding.
Working alongside your business to deliver a voice for community-based sports clubs & societies. We aim to unite all local communities, improve sports participation, volunteering and education through workshops on local issues such as obesity, crime and create a lasting legacy. Along with backing from some of Britain's best athletes, this project is seen to be one of longevity and therefore has no time limit on the length, as this will be Great Radio Network's Legacy.
There will be interviews with many clubs, groups and associations, plus introductory taster sessions. The Great Radio Network's team of broadcasters will also take the OASIS roadshow to various clubs, events and associations with you by their side, across the area and promote the project direct. Key longer term opportunities will include developing volunteers and activators and linking participants to local community groups, clubs and associations exit routes to ensure sustainability.
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This project will increase sports participation across various wards within North Yorkshire and East Riding, by delivering a diverse programme of sporting opportunities within a variety of local venues to increase and sustain at least once a week participation in sport. Our project will engage all demographics, by delivering an innovative sports programme to provide a range of attractive local sporting opportunities.