YOU can help WSNet set up #Female Fitness Fortnight #FFF - by voting in the Aviva Community Fund - VOTE HERE - you have to register but it is very quick.
Thousands of women & girls in Somerset want to find time & clubs/classes to get more active with friends. Many would love to work in sport/fitness or even to run their own business, breathing fun, life & excitement into the local community generating significant jobs & retaining revenue in the local community.
Your votes (10) for #FFF will have a real impact on empowement of women through sport & fitness. Please use them. HERE
What would you expect if we mentioned 'ThisGIRLCan' - well I'm sure most of you know we'd be talking about women's sport and fitness activity in the community. We are working with community radio station PulseFM to run #FemaleFitnessFortnight next September. We'll be drawing attention to the difficulties and lack of opportunities for women and girls to get fit/active AND signposting the importance smaller fitness clubs and classes across the UK. How to find time to fit it all in and - well just about everything around women's sport, fitness and wellness.
There'll be phone-ins, with roving reporters going out to try local classes from all over. Plus we'll have national and international athletes and players as surprise guests throughout the two weeks with tips on how to help women & girls get more active and keep fit. We'll be talking about how to get more active in your community AND how empowering sport and fitness can be. We'll also looking at employment/working in sport and fitness, getting into volunteering/coaching even setting up your own fitness business.
We're hoping to bring #FemaleFitnessFortnight to the Pulse region in September of this year - you can help make it happen by voting - click HERE and lending your support. If you want to get involved or have any ideas that you like included - please email me at The Women's Sports Network on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01372842490 - there's often an answer machine but please leave a message.
This programme bid is directly supported by a number of CSP's and PulseFM Radio