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  1. NORDIC WALKING TRAINING PLUS ADVENTURE WALKS ON THE CLEVELAND WAY

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by North York Moors National Park Authority with local partners in the UK. It was aimed at inspiring people into greater activity through combining a Nordic Walking routine with the experience of a great landscape.
    Taking the views at Runswick Bay
    Practicing
    Practicing
    "Just like Skiing"
    "Just like Skiing"
  2. ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Norfolk County Council with local partners in UK. It was aimed at raising the local profile of Coast Alive, distributing the Great Yarmouth walks book and introducing the forthcoming Kings Lynn walks book.
    Coast Alive at Norfolk Show
  3. Learning to Nordic Walk

    There is a growing interest in Nordic Walking in the UK. We wanted to see if we could encourage people to take up the activity on the advice of their local GP. This involved 4 hours of training from a Nordic Walking UK instructor, then 2 walks on the Cleveland Way National Trail.
    Sleights Striders celebrate Nordic Walking
    Nordic Walking in action
    Nordic Walking in action
    Pauline Straw instructs the class
    Pauline Straw instructs the class
    Learning the technique
    Learning the technique
  4. "Bike it" gets people cycling

    "Bike it" was the delivery of a mass cycle ride that aimed to raise awareness and promote health and exercise by inviting groups, schools and individuals to participate. It was open to all ages, abilities and backgrounds and delivered under the guidance of the National Park Authority utilising the Coast Alive Project with the support of partner organisations and local businesses.
    Young cyclists enjoy a bike ride led by Simon Bassindale the Senior Ranger
    Group of cylists on old railway path
    Local schools join in the "Bike it" event
  5. Building Confidence

    In the North York Moors National Park a scheme was developed called "Get and Up and Go" This was an award aimed at promoting opportunities for young adults with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities to enjoy a healthier life style. This was achieved by taking part in a variety of outdoor and team building activities at Peat Rigg Outdoor Training Centre.
    Group from "Basics Plus" prepares to climb
  6. Tracker Packs for Family Fun

    The Coast Alive Tracker Packs are an initiative aimed at families. The Packs are hired out from the coastal centres at Robin Hood’s Bay and Ravenscar. Each one has details of a walk with exciting games and activities to do along the way.
    boy at beach using Tracker Pack
    fish discovery on beach
    fish discovery on beach
    family using a tracker pack
    family using a tracker pack
  7. Geocaching with Schools in the National Park

    School Children were given the opportunity to walk along part of the Cleveland Way and North Sea Trail. On the way they were able to experience the coastal landscape and wildlife, history and culture and gain an introduction to geocaching. Transport was arranged to take children to the start and pick them up from the end of the walk.
  8. 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.
  9. Challenging Youth

    Young people were involved in the development and delivery of an Award programme to encourage more participation in outdoor activities by socially disadvantaged individuals and groups. This was intended to create and promote opportunities for those young adults to have a healthier life style. This would be achieved through a range of physical activities, that otherwise may not be available to them. It was envisaged that, through these means, an increase in National Park and coastal awareness would be attained, as well as confidence building.
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