Press release

Published: March 7 2022Last change: March 7 2030

Last Friday, Alderman Hilbert Bredemeijer handed over in Sports Center Marris Gym the first ‘Go Go Den Haag strip card’ to participant Lilian. With this busticket, inactive adults and seniors in The Hague are encouraged to get moving. The Neighborhood Sports Coaches who are active in The Hague recruit, guide and coach the participants towards an accessible range of exercise.

Alderman Hilbert Bredemeijer: ”The strip card is a good example of the actions that the municipality of The Hague is taking to get our residents moving. I am therefore very happy with this initiative. This contributes to our goal to get all residents of The Hague in 2030 to exercise or exercise regularly .” Alderman Hilbert Bredemeijer hands over the Go Go Den Haag busticket to Lilian. The first participant of this strip card. Low-threshold exercise range With the strip card, inactive adults and seniors are encouraged to become acquainted with low-threshold exercise options in the neighbourhood. They can participate in various activities for free at sports providers in The Hague. If participants have completed 6 or more activities of the strip card, they will receive a sports package as a reward so that they can also keep moving at home. †


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