How can we encourage active lifestyles in Britain?

Tagd - for explorers

Tagd turns everyone into an explorer. It is primarily a mobile phone app that allows parents to lay treasure trails for their children, running clubs to create their Hare and Hounds trails, and local community groups to help residents rediscover parks and outdoor spaces. Tagd allows users to create virtual trails but also allows them to lay a physical trail of unique barcodes (generated via our website), and get a ‘reward’ ...more »

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How can we encourage active lifestyles in Britain?

My Great Escape: build your own adventure

A simple open source mapping program that people can use to create their own personalised ‘active adventures’ in and around the city, using OS and other open sourced data layers. The mapping program will enable users to: • Create alternative walking and cycling commuter routes • Create their own adventure maps People would be supported to use the program as part of outreach projects with school, workplaces and communities ...more »

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Geovation Greener Smarter Communities Challenge

The Right Way Up - Sustainable planning for adventure events

The popularity of adventure events is increasing rapidly throughout the UK with many of these events taking place in and around rural communities. Adventure events include challenges such as the National Three Peak challenge which see tens of thousands of participants every year and events such as those organised by Tough Mudder and Rat Race which see thousands of participants each event. They can also include large scale ...more »

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