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A new world of activity, friendship & fun

Registration for Specsavers Surrey Youth Games training now open. FREE training for children. 

Get involved with the Surrey School Games

Surrey is proud of its cycling links.

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Last chance to help shape Surrey's sporting future

Could you be Active Surrey's new Chairperson?


An exciting opportunity to lead the Active Surrey Board and improve the wellbeing of the county's residents closes soon. Apply by noon on 24 September and help us reach our goal of becoming England's most active county by 2020.


We want to hear from people with leadership qualities and the passion to make a difference to people’s lives. Take a look at the recruitment pack to find out more about the role and how to apply.

If you help run a club, 1-7 Oct is Parents in Sport Week. Find resources & pick up tips on getting parents more involved in their child's sport.

It's National Fitness Day on Weds 26 Sep. From circuit training to nordic walking, try something different for FREE. Loads of activities across Surrey.

Runnymede and Woking's Living Well Weeks kick off soon, but there's always lots on elsewhere, especially for those 50+. Contact your local council

PHE has published their new Health Profile for England giving the most comprehensive picture of the country's health - and it's not all plain sailing...

The Activity Alliance (formerly EFDS) have launched their new 3 year strategy looking at sport for disabled people and those with long term conditions.

"Most of our children are inactive and it’s killing them" - read Emma Boggis on the Sport & Recreation Alliance's #RightToBeActive campaign.

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