Fighting inactivity, tackling inequality

We work tirelessly to increase activity levels, challenge health inequalities and create a happier, healthier and more active Oxfordshire.

Healthy Active Children

In Oxfordshire, 48% of children are not meeting national guidelines for physical activity. We won't stop until every child has the same opportunity for an active life.

Healthy Place Shaping

Find out how our Healthy Place Shaping approach is challenging inequalities and creating long-term change, driven by the power of community

Healthy for Life

Physical activity prevents and treats over 20 major conditions and diseases. Find out how we're helping the most vulnerable people in Oxfordshire stay Healthy for Life.

Who Are We?

Part of the Nationwide Movement for Health

Active Oxfordshire is one of the 43 Active Partnerships in the UK. We help people in the most need across Oxfordshire by working with partners to increase physical activity and mental wellbeing.

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Changing lives

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Become an Active Ambassador and help us in the fight against inactivity and inequality

Find out more about our incredible Active Ambassadors and get involved today

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How have we responded to the COVID-19 crisis in Oxfordshire?

Find out about the impact we achieved alongside over 85 partners in our latest 2020-21 Impact Report

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Funding and Development

New opportunity for organisations to access funding from Sport England's Queen's Platinum Jubilee Activity Fund.

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The power of walking and cycling: how Active Travel funding is changing lives

Posted: Fri, 21 Jan 2022

The power of walking and cycling: how Active Travel funding is changing lives

Helping residents get moving through walking and cycling can make a powerful, lasting difference to their physical and mental health and well-being. That's...

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