Naturally Healthy MayActive Devon

Join in With Naturally Healthy May and Feel Happier and Healthier

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Naturally Healthy May is all about getting outdoors enjoying Devon's beautiful surroundings and feeling happier and healthier for it.

A New Strategy for Movement and Why We Want to Hear from You

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Uniting the Movement is the new national strategy for physical activity. We're exploring what this means for Devon, and want to hear from you.
Tackling Inequalities Fund

See the Positive Impact Tackling Inequalities Fund Has Made to Devon Organisations

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We are really excited to share with you these incredible examples of organisations that have benefitted from the TIF fund.

Introducing Movement & the Mind: A Pioneering International Conference

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Discover and join a community recognising, exploring and celebrating the connections between mind, body and planet.

Staying Active in Devon Using the Power and Deep Cultural Legacy of African Dance

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Listen to the inspiring Rebecca Jeffrey explain how she has harnessed African dance and culture, and brought this to rural North Devon.

Latest Government Guidance on Being Active During the Coronavirus Outbreak

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Check the latest official guidance on how to remain physically active during this unique and challenging time.
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Learn Basic Bike Maintenance with These Handy Tips and Simple Guides

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From cleaning and safety checks to dealing with pesky punctures, these handy tips and guides will help you look after your bike.
Naturally Healthy October photo competitionActive Devon

Winning Naturally Healthy October Photos Taken of Beautiful Devon 

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During Naturally Healthy October we ran a photo competition. See here the fantastic photos taken by the winners and runners-up.
Active Devon

Start Cycling and Enjoy the Many Benefits of Riding a Bike

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Cycling is a wondrous thing! From getting a bike to adult cycle confidence sessions here's some really handy tips to help you start cycling more.
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Keep Moving Through the Festive Season and into the New Year

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This podcast features Public Health Specialist Kirsty Hill. Her Christmas message is clear: Stay safe and enjoy activity when you can.