Movement with Communities – Our Work in Mid Devon
We are committed to working with partners, to achieve positive impact for people’s lives, in local places where multiple inequalities exist. We can do this by connecting, advocating and enabling people to move more.
Working Together to Achieve Systemic Change
By working together, we can overcome more challenges and find new ways to help people in the community be active.
Our Partnerships team are our community-based leads in designated localities across the county. They work together with local and national partners, organisations, groups, volunteers and activity providers. The community-based lead for Mid Devon is Dai Carpenter. You can contact Dai by emailing:
You can also read their bios on our Meet the Team page.
Our Work in Mid Devon
- In Mid Devon we have focused on working with local partners to create physical activity opportunities for priority audiences through accessing Together Funding. We are also working at systems change level with partners from the Cullompton Youth Development Partnership to create a sustainable physical activity offer for young people in Cullompton.
Who We’re Working with to Achieve Impact in Mid Devon
- The Culm Valley Youth Forum and Early Years and Families Forum
- Mid Devon District Council
- Mid Devon Leisure
- Eastern Local Care Partnership
- The Cullompton Youth Development Partnership
- Local VCSE networks and partners
- Local health and wellbeing alliances
- Local social prescribing teams
Physical Activity Providers Hub
Our Physical Activity Provider Hub contains a range of resources from us and our trusted partners. This support is aimed to help you to build a resilient offer, reach new audiences and meet local community needs, both now and into the future.
Promoting and Delivering Your Activities
Devon Connect is a free online community hub for residents and communities across Devon (currently not including Plymouth). As a local group or organisation, you can make connections and share knowledge, information and resources.
More information on Devon Connect can be found in our Resources to Help You Achieve Best Practice blog.
“Compared to other local authorities in Devon, Mid Devon has the highest proportion of children (42.5%) who are classed as less active.” Source: Active Lives Children and Young People Survey Academic Year 2021-22 Report