Members of the North Devon Down's Syndrome Group out canoeing on the estuary with instructors on a lovely sunny day. There are a mix of eleven males and females on the canoe, and they are laughing and enjoying themselves whilst water is splashing up over them. In the background is the estuary bank with boats moored and trees in the distance.Photo Credit: The North Devon Down's Syndrome Group

Active Devon Shares Annual Impact Report

We are delighted to share our latest annual Impact Report for 2022 – 2023, which showcases the impact made against our strategic priorities.
Two people cycling through Barnstaple on a sunny day with the bridge going over the river in the background.Photo Credit: Devon County Council

Free Cycle Training Sessions to Help Adults With Cycling and Confidence

Our free adult cycle training sessions can help you get cycling, improve your skills and gain confidence. Find out more and book a session.
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New Appointment Further Strengthens the Active Devon Board

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Lucie Hartley to our Board, bringing a wealth of experience to the Board’s collective capability.
A group of primary school boys dressed in PE kit, sat outside on an astro football pitch listening to a teacher who is stood in front of them. In the background is the football net and behind this the school buildings.Sport England

Primary and Secondary School Newsletters from Active Devon

Our primary and secondary school newsletters contain news, resources and guidance to help you embed physical activity into your school.
Two primary school aged boys are learning to play cricket at an indoor sports hall. One boy is hitting a tennis ball with a plastic cricket bat and the ball has hit off a cone that was placed on a post. The other boy is watching and waiting to have a turn.Sport England

The Creating Active Schools Framework Explained

Learn how the Creating Active Schools Framework can help your school embed physical activity at the heart of your culture and ethos.