The central point for sport & activity links within Surrey
Start your own sporting journey today
See 'Get Started'
Opportunities for young people to gain new skills and friends
The Specsavers Surrey Youth Games is unique, and takes place every year
Get involved with the Surrey School Games
Surrey is proud of its cycling links.
Make the most of this legacy yourself. See 'Get Started'
Gain brand exposure via local events
Find out more about how your company can support Active Surrey's work
Is your organisation heading in the right direction?
Let us help you improve your employees' health and activity levels. See 'Get Started'
Surrey Sports Awards 2018
Some of the county's best coaches, volunteers and teams were recognised in the annual Sports Awards ceremony on 3 December. With 10 categories announced on the night, the Awards celebrated those who do so much to make sport accessible to others in Surrey.
Trophies went to the likes of Julie Mayo, Volunteer of the Year for her work on the Specsavers Surrey Youth Games, and to Guildfordians Rugby U13 Girls team, winners of the Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner Young Team of the Year. You can read more about the winners and - thanks to hosts BBC Surrey - listen to a podcast featuring interviews with some of those chosen.
Runnymede council's brand new facility, the Egham Orbit opens in Feb. Keep up to date on the progress of the town's first pool, and the other facilities.
Dr William Bird MBE launched our PALSS campaign to get the school day more active. Read tips, pledge details, resources & details of a poster competition.
Sport England's Active Lives report for young people suggests over 30% of Surrey's children are active for less than half the recommended 60 mins per day.
Multisport 'Night Projects' for teenagers now in Camberley, Cranleigh, Staines, Tadworth, Walton & Woking. Contact the leisure centres for details.
Coaches: with more awareness of the mental benefits of sport, do you need to know more? Check out our mental health workshops in Feb.