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Parkour UK CPD for Schools coming to Barrow-in-Furness

This is a one day CPD course for qualified teachers (QTS) in the UK. It is not a coaching qualification. Read More

Have your say – Consultation on improving walking and cycling routes in Barrow, Kendal & Carlisle

People are being invited to give their views and thoughts on how cycling and walking provision can be improved in Barrow-in-Furness, Carlisle and Kendal. Read More

Cav Park Sessions

The First Ever ParkPlay in the North

Over 60 people took part in Barrow’s first-ever ParkPlay on Saturday at Barrow Park. The event will be held every Saturday in Barrow Park from 10am-11am, all year round. It is delivered by... Read More

Cumbria Bucks National Trend with Children’s Activity Levels

The number of children and young people who were physically active increased during the 2019/20 academic year in Cumbria. Read More

Toddlers in West Cumbria off to an Active Start

Active Start logo and graphics

With thanks to £160,177 funding from Sellafield we will be working with Nurseries and other Early Years providers on a new programme to support physical development and develop physical literacy in... Read More

Councils work together to develop Sports Group Hardship Fund in Carlisle

Carlisle Joint Sports Fund Image

Cumbria County Council’s Local Committee for Carlisle have agreed a £10,000 grant alongside a £10,000 grant from Carlisle City Council to develop a Sports Group Hardship fund in... Read More

Boxing club and sporting community deliver knockout success for Motor Neurone Disease

Boxing Club raises funds for MND Read More

Meet our new Board members

New Advisory Board Members

Three new faces join the Advisory Board bringing in fresh talent and improving the diversity of the board. Read More

Parkinson’s shouldn’t be a Barrier to Staying Active

Picture of David Little from Carlisle Parkinsons and his daughter finishing the X-Border Challenge

“I’m still as fit and healthy as I was when I was first diagnosed with it, and I put that down to all the activity I do. Read More


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