As the message to spend more time outdoors gathers pace we understand there'll be many questions about what this means from a physical activity perspective. With
that in mind check out the current 'state
of play' helping you #staysafestayactive with direct links to current
There are many in Devon who provide sport coaching and physical activity sessions. It has been fantastic how so much of this has been taken safely online. Do have a
listen to a recent podcast
between the CEO of Sport England and the head of UK Coaching highlighting the current situation and bringing out some of the great approaches coaches and instructors
We know that being active is incredibly good for your health and protects our cardio-respiratory systems. There has been much speculation about how our physical
activity behaviours are changing and will continue to adapt in light of the pandemic. Sport England's attitudes survey gives some interesting insight and is
certainly worth a look.
Our virtual games is fully underway helping Devon's children and young people stay active, find out more about the next virtual activity challenge here.
Finally we know that funding is helpful to sustaining many local groups and with the scene changing so quickly we've provided a useful funding page highlighting the most recent opportunities.
Keep moving and stay safe,
From all the team at Active Devon
Praise for the Nation’s Coaches During the Coronavirus Lockdown
With the number of new funding opportunities for organisations changing rapidly it can be difficult to keep up with them all.
If you are looking for funding to support your organisation, why not have a look at our funding page where we save all opportunities we come
Active Devon is a community-focused, non-profit organisation dedicated to inspiring and supporting people in Devon to be active. We believe that regardless of age,
ability or background, being active is central to living healthier, happier and more connected lives.
For more inspiration and support visit us at activedevon.org, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01392 925
150. We look forward to hearing from you.
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