53% of females in Kent want to do more sport. 27% who want to do more are currently inactive. The award winning Sport England campaign This Girl Can has recently been credited with the increase in more women playing sport nationally.
Kent Sport is running a Women and Girls campaign during January – March 2016 focusing on increasing participation and awareness of just what is available here in Kent. We will work towards and include a focus on International Women’s Day on 8 March. We will work with partners, colleagues and individuals across this period to showcase opportunities and what advice is available to those wanting to deliver or take part in activities. We’ll showcase some inspirational group and personal stories as we tour the county and will update this page with news across the three month period.
How you can get involved:
- Contact us via email@example.com with news of successes and anything you feel we should know about
- Promote your activities via the Women’s SportsNet ACTIVEMapX website
- Spread news on social media using #KentGirlsCan and #ThisGirlCan
- Visit the This Girl Can supporters hub where you can gain access to insight to help shape your activities and logos and images to use when promoting your sessions
- Use the This Girl Can app (available on the This Girl Can website but accessed via your mobile phone) and create your own This Girl Can poster
#KentGirlsCan frame photos
We have been going around the County taking photos of women and girls with our #KentGirlsCan frames to raise awareness of our campaign and encourage more females to get active. Click through the photos below to see if you can spot your photo.
Meet the Girls
- Fusion Healthy Living Centre – Netball (pdf)
- Woodlands Manor Golf and Country Club – ‘Ladies’ Get into Golf (pdf)
- Alison Kingston – First Female Club Captain at Canterbury Golf Club (pdf)
- Joggy Doggy – Canine Exercise and Personal Training Service (pdf)