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Carrying out Physical Activity as Part of the Active Forests Programme in England: What Encourages, Supports and Sustains Activity? – A Qualitative Study
Sustaining and changing sport and physical activity behaviours in the forest: An evaluated pilot intervention on five public forest sites in England
Buggyfit Focus Group: Whinlatter Forest
Pilates Focus Group: Delamere Forest
Nordic Fitness Walking Focus Group: Haldon Forest
‘Table Tennis’ Observations and Interviews: Thetford Forest
Holt HIIT Bootcamp: Alice Holt
Diabetes Prevention Group: Thames Chase Forest
Parkrun focus group : Whinlatter, Delamere and Bedgebury Forests
Parkrun focus group: Bedgebury Forest
Staff: Forestry 100 Challenge Group
Ecstatic dance focus group: Wendover Woods
Yoga in the Forest focus group: Sherwood Pines
Forest bathing focus group: Salcey Forest
Forest bathing Activity Leader interview : Salcey Forest
Delamere Nordic Walkers Case study
Bedgebury Real Spin case study
Sherwood Pines parkrun case study
Walton Chasers Orienteering Club: Cannock Chase
GO TRI’ Duathlon: Dalby Forest
Seated exercise focus group: Chopwell Wood
Crisis charity focus group : Chopwell Wood
Referral Agents focus group: Chopwell Wood
Volunteers focus group: Chopwell Wood
The Active Forests Programme aims to create a physical activity habit for life for visitors to the nation’s forests in England. The programme provides engaging, inspirational and motivating physical activity opportunities for new and existing forest visitors. It is a partnership between Forestry England and Sport England and was evaluated by Forest Research.
The research is an evaluation of the Active Forest Programme run by Forestry Commission England and funded by Sport England.
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