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Case Studies

The work we are doing to make a difference to the lives of young people in Lincolnshire.

Through our cases studies we hope to demonstrate the impact that sport and physical activity can make and also help others learn from our insights.

  • Cassie

    Cassie's Personal Best

    Starting as a 9 year old attending dance sessions, Cassie has been involved with the project for nearly 6 years.

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    Blake steps up to the plate!

    In supporting one of our Friday night sessions at a local leisure centre, Blake developed a good understanding of what Positive Futures was about.

  • Dance making a move in Skegness

    Dance making waves in Skegness

    As a team passionate about sport and active recreation, we appreciate the power it has to transform lives, and the importance of engaging with girls and young women to increase their participation.

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    Keep Calm and Get Physical!

    Sport has been long been regarded essentially as an ingredient to address physical health but this is slowly changing

  • Getting out

    The Lincolnshire Show presentation ceremony

    Two young volunteers who have had Boston young people ’getting out and getting active’ attended a special presentation ceremony at The Lincolnshire Show.

  • Streetgames

    Sports Festival goers play on through the rain

    Streeetgamers’ spirits refuse to be dampened as they carried on through the rain and the mud at the StreetGames Festival 2017.

  • Fenside Lionesses

    Fenside Lionesses

    Back in late autumn of 2016, in the midst of planning the upcoming programme, a group of girls known to the project approached the Team with a request.

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