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  • New 2021 – 2022 Active Lives Survey data packs released

    New 2021 – 2022 Active Lives Survey data packs released

    The latest data packs showing adult activity levels in Derby and Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire have just been released. This data is mainly taken from Sport England’s Active Lives Survey and shows the trends in activity levels within our communities pre and post pandemic and covers from 2015 when the survey was first launched to…

  • Making our Move Celebration 2023

    Making our Move Celebration 2023

    As part of our shared plan, Making our Move, we are celebrating the individuals, groups and organisations who are working right across our communities to address inequality and empower everyone to be active in a way that works for them. We have been showcasing some of the great work and amazing people who are supporting…

  • Latest Active Lives CYP data released

    Latest Active Lives CYP data released

    The latest local data highlighting activity levels in our Children and Young People (CYP) have just been released. This data, which is the result of the Active Lives Survey done in schools right across our cities and counties shows that in Derbyshire: in Notts: For more information about the Active Lives Survey for CYP, please…

  • Move More Newark and Sherwood Photo Competition

    Move More Newark and Sherwood Photo Competition

    Organisations from across Newark and Sherwood are coming together to support our communities to move more and be active in a way that works for them. As part of this, we’d like to share photos and stories from local people who love Newark and Sherwood to inspire and encourage everyone to move a little bit…

  • Latest Adult Active Lives Survey local data released

    Latest Adult Active Lives Survey local data released

    The latest Active Lives Survey data was released last week and we’ve collated the local data across local authority areas across Derbyshire and Notts. The Active Lives Survey began collecting data in November 2015 and the latest data release covers November 2021 to November 2022. In Derbyshire In Nottinghamshire To view and download the full…

  • Derbyshire Active Carers Event Resources

    Derbyshire Active Carers Event Resources

    Carers and those supporting carers from across Derbyshire attended the Derbyshire Active Carers event on Thursday 02 March to hear some inspiring stories from other carers about how they get active to support their own wellbeing and meet the services and organisations to support them. There was also a training session for Get Yourself Active,…

  • Kenning Park Forest School – supporting the local community to move more

    Kenning Park Forest School – supporting the local community to move more

    Michaela Thorpe from Kenning Park Forest School in Clay Cross shared how the Forest School has grown from an Home Education group to supporting the local community through adult based sessions, mental health support and holiday sessions for local children. Michaela has credited the support of local partners in growing the group and offering a…

  • Ramadan Recharge launches

    Ramadan Recharge launches

    Ramadan Recharge has been developed by Samin Mughal from Loughborough Female Fitness to support those who observe Ramadan to continue to move during this period or to consider their activity levels and include moving more when setting their goals for the coming year. Ramadan Recharge is about building whatever movement is right for each person…

  • Wednesday Night Project at William Allitt

    Wednesday Night Project at William Allitt

    The Wednesday Night Project at William Allitt started as a number of local opportunities aligned in Swadlincote (South Derbyshire). Through place-based working in Newhall with Thriving Communities, a Newhall Community Network helped to bring local stakeholders and community members together every 6-8 weeks, to better understand the need and opportunities within communities. This highlighted the…

  • New Census 2021 Insight Tool

    New Census 2021 Insight Tool

    The Office of National Statistics has produced a new insight tool to create your own profile for local areas in England and Wales using Census 2021 data. Using the tool, you can: Find out more