Get OUT Glasgow

Get active and gain confidence being outdoors with Get OUT Glasgow!

Get OUT Glasgow is a project funded by Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership. This project aims to use sport and physical activity to improve the lives of marginalised LGBTIQ+ people in the Greater Glasgow area who are socially isolated, at risk of poor health outcomes, or who have faced barriers to engagement in sport and physical activity in the past and are seeking a supporting environment to make friends and try new things.

Get OUT Glasgow (GoG) is a peer support group focussed on providing a friendly, inclusive opportunities for LGBTIQ+ people to improve their mental and physical health through sport and physical activity.

The GoG group have taken part in a variety of activities since we started the project in June 2021. Below you can see some photos from previous events, which include stand-up paddleboarding, hiking, snowboarding, jiu jitsu, and so many more!

If you’re interested in getting involved, you can request to join the Get OUT Glasgow Facebook group here. Everything will be communicated via this platform, including an activity noticeboard, resource library, group drop-in sessions and more. If you don’t have Facebook but would still like to take part, please email

Get OUT Glasgow
What you can expect:
  • Access to Get OUT Glasgow Facebook group
  • Peer-support and 1:1 meetings
  • Group drop-in socials
  • Confidence and skill-building workshops
  • Sport and physical activity such as taster sessions
  • Regular, organised sessions with LGBTIQ+ physical wellbeing groups

These opportunities are completely FREE.

Who can join?

  • Must identify as LGBTIQ+ or questioning
  • Must be aged 18+
  • Must stay in Greater Glasgow. This includes the following councils: Glasgow City, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, and Inverclyde.

Pre-existing initiatives such as Trans Active Glasgow (sports & exercise group in Glasgow for trans and non-binary people) and OUT on Sundays (accessible, LGBTIQ+ walking group) are also part of the the Get OUT Glasgow project and will feed into the new initiatives and activities.


Health and Social Care PartnershipNHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde/ Glasgow City Council