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.
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.
A group of older men and women at an Alzheimers Pilates group, enjoying indoor exercising. They are sat down opposite each other and holding magnets over their head which are connecting with each other.Photo Credit: Twonames Photography

Join the Physical Activity Providers Network

Join the physical activity providers network for up-to-date news, views, training, insights and resources to support you when helping others.
A group of refugees and asylum seekers staying in Dilkhusa hotel taking part in a football session as a result of the Together Fund. The group are all joining hands in the middle by way of getting themselves ready for the game.Photo Credit: Toby Adamson

Reducing Inequalities So Everyone in Devon Can Be Active for Life

Learn how we work with partners and communities at reducing inequalities, so everyone has the opportunity to enjoy an active life.
Four member of The North Devon Downs Group taking part in an outdoor activity. There's one woman, and three young men who are giving the thumbs up. They are being helped by an instructor who is showing them how to cross from one platform to another. The North Devon Downs Group received Together Funding.Photo credit: Lynn Ashman

We Will Keep Starting Conversations to Help Close the Inequality Gap

Active Devon's Hannah Worth explains how we're trying to close the inequality gap between those who access active-lifestyles and those who don't.

Sharing Tips on How We Measure and Manage Our Carbon Footprint

Read about our approach to environmental sustainability and access useful tips on how to measure and manage your carbon footprint.
An older person volunteer helping a group of young children plant some seeds at Orchard Forest School.Photo Credits: Orchard Forest School

Movement for Health and Wellbeing in Early and Later Life

Learn about our collaborative work to support good health and wellbeing in early and later life for healthier and happier lives.
As part of the Age UK Devon's swim to the sea project, a group of older people are in a local open pool swim session following instructions from a swim instructor on the side of the pool.Age UK Devon

Connecting Devon’s Communities with Physical Activity, Health and Care Networks

We connect communities, primary care networks, social prescribers and physical activity providers for improved health and wellbeing.

Movement with Communities – Our Work in East Devon

We work with communities and partners in East Devon, to reduce inequalities and connect, advocate and enable people to move more.