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Three adult females enjoying a rugby session whilst being coached by a rugby coach outside on a grass playing field, with houses in the background.Photo Credit: Sport England

New Sport Welfare Roles to Support Local Clubs Across Devon

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Two new roles have been appointed at Active Devon as part of the national network of Sport Welfare Officers funded by Sport England.
A volunteer at the Barnstaple Ability Football Club receiving a volunteering award in 2022, with participants and coaches around him.Active Devon

Active Devon Volunteer Awards Return for a Second Year

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The awards celebrate the amazing work of unpaid volunteers across Devon who help others to be more physically active.
Inclusive Employers

National Inclusion Week 2022- Celebrating Inclusion and Taking Action 

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To mark National Inclusion Week 2022 we have launched our new Inclusion Club and created a diversity resource library. Find out more.
Ali Oliver, CEO of Youth Sport Trust and Tim Hollingsworth, Chief Executive of Sport England stood either side of Active Devon's Rebecca Skinner and Lisa Alford who are holding the Impact Award presented to them at the School Games Impact Awards ceremonyYouth Sport Trust

Active Devon and the Devon School Games Organisers Win National Impact Award

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Celebrations all round as our Devon based Neon Run event, encouraging young girls to be more physically active, scoops a top accolade!
United by Birmingham 2022

Devon School Games United by Birmingham 2022

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We've created inspired activities for children and young people in Devon. Check out the competitions, events and resources available.
Child and teacher in a school sports hallActivity Alliance

New Inclusion 2024 Inclusive Education Hub to Improve Future PE Experiences

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Education practitioners across England will have access to all the essential resources for inclusive PE in one space.
Two people enjoying a walk in the countrysideRamblers Wellbeing

Wellbeing Walks is England’s Largest Network of Health Walks

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Walking is really good for us. Joining a local walking group can help improve your health and wellbeing, plus you meet new people.
older man walking and being active in DevonActive Devon

Bringing Together Devon Networks Supporting People to Live, Longer, Better

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Read about the Live, Longer, Better revolution and how we can learn together locally to help reduce frailty and make a difference in Devon.
Barbara with her friend on a walk

How a Weekly ‘Walk and Talk’ Can Help to Alleviate Stress and Anxiety

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Barbara Barton explains how connecting actively with nature in Devon has made a real difference to her life.
Sport England

Guide to Help Gym and Leisure Centres Support More Women and Girls to be Active

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ukactive and This Girl Can have joined forces to publish this practical guide filled with insight, guidance and tangible solutions.