In Trafford a range of partners are working to support people to be more active and to design moving, physical activity and sport back into daily life.

Trafford Leisure

Trafford Leisure offer a wide range of health, wellbeing and fitness activities for everyone whatever their age or ability, we welcome the whole community.

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Lancashire Cricket Foundation

The Lancashire Cricket Foundation works to develop and deliver a range of projects, programmes and events designed to engage, excite, inspire and improve individuals and communities through cricket. Established as the official charity of Lancashire Cricket the Lancashire Cricket Foundation provides governance for the recreational game and high quality experiences that make a positive difference to the lives of the individuals and communities we engage in order to grow the appeal of the game at all levels.

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Manchester United Foundation

The MU Foundation use football to engage and inspire young people to build a better life for themselves and unite the communities in which they live. Dedicated staff deliver educational and community outreach programmes to help young people make positive choices in their lives.

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Sale Sharks Community Trust

Sale Sharks aims to use the core values of Rugby Union to make a positive impact on the community across Greater Manchester. This is achieved by providing high quality education, health and social inclusion programmes and increasing participation in Rugby Union and other sporting activities.

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Voluntary and Community Action Trafford

VCAT aims to develop an effective and highly skilled voluntary and community sector, capable of making a strong contribution towards a fair and open society in Trafford. As the local support and development agency in Trafford, our role is to help voluntary and community groups and local charities in their development.

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Trafford School Games Organisers

School Games Organisers (SGOs) have several key roles: to coordinate appropriate competitive opportunities for all young people from Key Stage 2-4, to recruit, train and deploy a suitable workforce, and to support the development of club opportunities for all young people. In Trafford, the SGOs are;

Visit Trafford North's website here      Visit Trafford South's website here

Transport for Greater Manchester

TfGM have a number of schemes aimed at making active travel the number one choice for travelling to work, to school and to the shops. This includes ‘The Bee Network’ connecting up areas and communities in Greater Manchester, making it easy, safe and attractive for people to travel on foot or by bike for everyday trips.

Learn about the Bee Network in Trafford