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Active Devon is calling for applications from organisations who can help reduce inequalities in sport and physical activity. Find out more.
Want to know more about non-standard cycles and making cycling accessible and inclusive for all people? Hear from our expert panellists as we discuss all-ability cycling, demonstrate different types of cycles and address common misconceptions. This session will be held live on the Cycling UK Facebook page – tune in to hear our excellent speakers. […]
Are cycling communities doing enough to make cycling inclusive for everyone? This webinar will look at how we ensure the ‘new normal’ reaches out to as wide an audience as possible, encouraging more women from all walks of life to discover the joys and benefits of riding a bike. The panel will explore how we can all work […]
This webinar, with a focus on Northern Ireland, will explore how we can help reduce the perceived fear of cycling on the roads, and what support women need to make more journeys by bike. By deconstructing negative perceptions of cycling safety, talking about confidence building for cycling on the road, and discussing actions we can […]
Hosted by us to help activity providers understand more about what steps to take, this webinar includes key guidelines, tools and resources.
Get psychological first aid (PFA) training and help people with different needs to cope with the emotional impact of COVID-19. Psychological First Aid (PFA) is the globally recommended training for supporting people during emergencies and offers guidance on delivering psychosocial care in the immediate aftermath of the emergency event. On this course, you’ll explore the […]
Follow this short video for a quick and easy sign up. Plus how to join your local team, or create a new team, and how to log your ‘moving minutes’.
This honest and real vlog is the first of a small series in which Louise Trewern will be telling her story to help others living with fibromyalgia and arthritis.
Matt Evans, Active Devon’s CEO shares his personal reflection on the issue of racial inequality and explains the next steps for Active Devon.