RunningSpace – running to beat suicide - the inspirational Sussex organisation that delivers Walk2Run groups across Sussex.
Jacqueline uses her experience as a suicide survivor to train over 200 people to walk to run and talk people back to life using the power of activity.
The groups help support people with long term health conditions including mental health conditions and they also deliver 'safeTALK Suicide Alertness for Everyone’ training.
Dawn Tobin is a Run and Group Leader for Dawns Running Pals, part of the Run Together initiative.
Active Sussex are working with Rother District Council to build the workforce needed to engage inactive people.
Active Norfolk developed the Pace of Mind Project to support residents with mild to moderate mental health issues in the Lak
Newcastle Frontrunners is a friendly and supportive running club where runners of all abilities are encouraged to progress in a variety of ways & try out different events from cross country to relays, parkruns to marathons.
Kim Scott established These Girls Can Run, a beginners recreational running group following her experience with post-natal depression.
Bower Hinton, Ash and Martock (BHAM) running group was set up by Neil in the summer of 2016. After a renewed love of running and realising that his best runs were always with other people - strangers, friends or family, Neil wanted to start a group for his local villagers.
By becoming physically active Roseanne has overcome her depression and been instrumental in establishing a new running club.