Regional HOOP UK Groups

HOOP UK is a national charity but we realise the importance of working at a more local level. To this end we have created our first HOOP UK Regional Group as a pilot scheme – Greater Manchester. We will be working with local health and community organisations as well as getting inovled with gyms and other health and wellbeing groups.

Want to get involved in your region? Register your interest through our contact page. Don’t forget to add where you live.

This is what the HOOP UK Regional Groups will look like

 


Monthly member meetings

Fund raising initiatives pertinent to region

Guest speakers

Monthly achievement recognition for participation in HOOP UK activities

Buddying up schemes – especially for those who cannot get out to groups

General sharing of ideas and motivation

Regional HOOP UK Gym/Swim

Working with local gym/leisure centre to do fitness and taster sessions for HOOP UK members only

 

HOOP UK Regional Family and Parent Support Group

As with member meetings but based around health and wellbeing of children

Chance for parents to share ideas and concerns

Sociable events for families – monthly get togethers for fun and activity

Guest speakers

HOOP UK Group Ramblers

Regular walking groups in areas within the region.

Coordinated by regional HOOP UK rambling representative

 

Regional Blogs and Facebook pages

For those who cannot get out and about to regional meetings there will be regional facebook pages and we are hoping to encourage HOOP UK Regional bloggers to keep everyone in their area up to date with what is going on.

Strategic Regional Partnerships

Linking up with organisations and corporate entities within the region to promote HOOP UK, health and well being, raise funds and work on joint venture

General Initiatives

Have a presence at local events and health events

Regular speakers from HOOP UK Regional Group for WI and other local community projects

Look for HOOP UK Regional representative to be included in certain local strategic partnerships

Build relationships with local NHS and GPs and other health groups. 

  

 

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