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The Playing Out Scheme will temporarily close roads for up to 3 hours at a time, allowing children to safely play and be active in the streets they live in. The scheme is set to launch December 2023.
Find out more
Woking faces a health crisis as looming council cuts due to bankruptcy, amounting to £900,000, threaten critical community leisure facilities. This puts the most vulnerable residents at even greater risk.
Read the press release here
Woking's beloved Pool in the Park faces a phased three-year closure, depriving the community of a vital resource for physical activity and wellness. Sign the petition to Save Woking Pool and keep Woking healthy and children swimming.
Sign the petition
6 brand new, free to use posters for health and community settings to help educate and remind Surrey residents of the health benefits of moving more.
Download them here
Are you passionate about increasing physical activity levels and enabling everyone in Surrey to realise the benefits that moving more can have on our health, our communities and our county? We are looking for an inspiring Board Director to help tackle inactivity and inequality in Surrey.
Read our recruitment pack
If you want to find out more about your health & fitness levels, members of the public can now borrow a FREE Health & Activity Tracker from libraries in Camberley, Guildford, Merstham, Redhill, Staines or Walton.
Total population of Surrey (2021 census)
Surrey adults who do less than 30 mins of activity per week (Nov 21-22)
Different types of cancer linked to being overweight
Mins spent walking briskly per day to start improving energy, mood, health...
Being physically active helps pupils improve their concentration and gain better results.
See how we can help
Whether you help run a club, want help with funding or learn more about events like the Specsavers Surrey Youth Games.
View our Community pages
The place for health professionals, or if you want to discover more about the programmes we're developing for Surrey residents.
Visit the website
(or upload a session to the finder)
Find an activity