We are committed to get more people in Suffolk playing sport and leading active lives. We have a selection of countywide core projects to choose from:
Please click on each title to visit their website pages for more information.
Welcome to the first ever Great East Run outreach programme, developed by Suffolk Sport and Suffolk County Council. The programme provides an opportunity for YOU and YOUR friends/relatives to take part in a progressive programme of training and support to help you get physically active, with the goal of taking part in the inaugural Great East Run
on Sunday 24th September 2017, alongside an estimated 3,000 participants.
Fit Villages brings people together through setting up physical activity sessions in rural communities.
Fit Villages is a popular, well established project run by Suffolk Sport across the county. The project is supported by Suffolk County Council and Sport England and is part of Suffolk's aim to be the Most Active County (MAC).
Welcome to the Great East Swim outreach programme which is in its sixth year. The programme is a partnership between Suffolk Sport, Suffolk County Council and Sport England which provides an opportunity for YOU and YOUR friends/relatives to take part in a progressive programme of training and support to help you get physically active, with the goal of taking part in the Great East Swim on Saturday 17th June 2017.
The iCAN Swim campaign aims to get more people swimming by promoting opportunities for people with disabilities and impairments to swim regardless of age and ability.
Some long-term health conditions and impairments start later in life and may impact on your confidence long after you have learnt to swim. iCAN Swim is designed to get you swimming again with confidence.
Women On Wheels, an opportunity for all women and girls to get on their bikes to take on a challenge and have some fun!
Women On Wheels events are mass participation female only rides, usually raising money for a local charity, that put a strong focus on the fun, friendly and inclusive aspects of cycling. They are very much aimed at non-cyclists and existing cyclists alike, with routes of an achievable distance, and are open to all ages, from 8 to 80+.
Workplace Challenge is a national programme and a great way to engage your workplace in sport and physical activity.