2.1. Design and Setting
2.3. Data Collection
3.1. Experiences of Participatory Approaches
3.1.1. Experiences of Co-Production and Co-Design
3.1.2. Experiences of Place-Based Working
3.1.3. Partnership and Collaborative Working
3.2. Understanding of the Acceptability of Physical Activity Programmes by Older Adults
3.2.1. Social Element
3.2.2. Shifting the Norms around Physical Activity
3.3. Resources and Sustainability
3.3.1. Staffing and Timescales
Institutional Review Board Statement
Informed Consent Statement
Data Availability Statement
Conflicts of Interest
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