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  1. Benchmarking Nordberg fort, further information

    There is a need for developing the outdoor area as a recreational area as well as preserving it in a way which connects it to the site’s history. It is desirable to establish a benchmark for such an assessment.
    Gun position and trenches
    View from AA position
    View from AA position
  2. Walking for Health (England)

    Walking for Health (WfH)is a national scheme in England which encourages more people to become physically active in their local communities by supporting the development of health walks in local areas led by volunteers. The WfH model includes resources and structures to ensure the sustainability of schemes.
  3. Connect Children and Environment

    Children took part in walks along various parts of the Cleveland Way and North Sea Trail. The focus was on increasing awareness of the National Park and the coast, as well as building confidence in using the countryside and experiencing outdoor activities.
  4. Backpacks, what works and what is needed?

    This initiative was aimed at developing different sets of backpack content for different types of visitors. By developing sets of equipent, it was hoped that visitors would rent or buy a backpack suited to their interests or plans for the family. The project worked, but showed very different results from those originally anticipated.
    A night in the open, will it rain?
    I don't care if it rains....
    Snug and ready
    Nordic walking
    Backpacks for all-year experiences
  5. CMI The Great Outdoor Activities Day

    This activity was aimed at testing how best to attract the general public to a range of outdoor activities and ensure that as many as possible of them participated.
    One of the advertisements to attract visitors
    Some of the kayaks ready for action
    Kayaking is for all ages
    Fishing is always popular
    Geocaching is great fun for all the family
  6. CMI Path Grading

    Aimed at all those who are interested in outdoor life, this initiative was designed to improve the knowledge and understanding of opportunities and diversity of physical activity. This work will help match ability and interest to the landscape and the skills required to enjoy the experience
    The front page of the new website
  7. CMI Cafe Mermaids

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Kragerø Subpartner, Bamble, in Norway. It was aimed at activating local unemployed immigrant women, who were relatively inactive and who did little exercise, out into the local community as a means of facilitating increased integration, developing skills and increasing job employability.
    Cafe at the opening event
    Bamble Bydgekvinnelag samples the food
  8. CMI Stimulating Walking, a programme for those normally inactive, Fryslan

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Fryslan in the Netherlands. It was aimed at activating those members of the local community who did not normally take much exercise. The activity was also to include measuring heart rate etc.
  9. CMI Circular walks in Great Yarmouth and nearby coastal villages

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Norfolk County Council, in UK. It was aimed at mobilising local people (particularly those with mental health issues) who were relatively inactive and who did little exercise, to regularly use the local footpaths and to walk more often as a free and easy way of including exercise as part of everyday life.
    The official opening
    The new guide has been launched
    The new path
    Universal access
  10. CMI Increasing the use of local trails in Hylte

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Region Halland in Sweden, working with local organisations. It was aimed at drawing local immigrant people, who were relatively inactive and who did little exercise, out into nature as a means of facilitating increased integration, as well as increasing collaborative working between local organisations.

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