Welcome to Active Sussex

Active Sussex works to increase physical activity levels in Sussex, taking a collaborative approach with partners to create the conditions that gives everyone the opportunity to live active and healthier lives.

Read about us

How we make an impact in Sussex

Active Sussex is working with strategic partners to significantly reduce inactivity levels in Sussex. We bring people working on physical activity together, to share learning and collaborate.

Tackling Inequalities in Sussex

Tackling inequalities in physical activity levels of adults is a strategic priority for Active Sussex. Find out what work we are doing to tackle inequalities in Sussex.

How we're tackling inequalities

The five big areas we’re improving

Find out how we are implementing Sport England's Uniting The Movement strategy across Sussex.

See our vision and purpose
@activesussex | 38 seconds ago
RT @femalecoaches: 📢Calling all #Sussex based female coaches & activity leaders @activesussex have a fabulous new Facebook Group just for y…
@activesussex | 1 minutes ago
RT @ActiveFinners: Last week to apply for this great role as part of our small but passionate and innovative team @activesussex (closing d…
@activesussex | 19 hours ago
🔊Project 500 Sussex Face Book is here! Join our group and be part of the local coaching community that provides support and development opportunities 👉https://t.co/76ADvK1Rct Find out more and meet our champions👇 https://t.co/oziT8u69gA @femalecoaches #Sussex https://t.co/tRBC4zfj9n
@activesussex | 22 hours ago
🚨The @educationgovuk confirmed that the Primary PE & sport premium funding will continue at £320 million for the 2022-23 academic year. Find out more➡️ https://t.co/cfAjqKiGCJ #Sussex #CYP https://t.co/Ax3ZHiirgL
@activesussex | 4 days ago
🔊The Active Sussex Conference & AGM is back face-to-face on Tuesday 20 September at The Amex Stadium, Brighton. 📅Save the date-Tuesday 20 September 2022! We are looking forward to connecting, sharing and learning with you all. Watch this space, further details coming soon👀 https://t.co/pG1neyhcE0
@activesussex | 5 days ago
Research from @AllForActivity shows only 3 in 10 disabled people (28%) feel encouraged to return to being active after the pandemic, compared to 50% of non-disabled people. Check out their new insight here 👉 https://t.co/zfImMs0Qcz #ActivityAllianceSurvey https://t.co/8Lnq5Blv12
@activesussex | 5 days ago
Calling #Brighton & #Hove to be part of the citywide consultation to find out how you can better support people in the city to move more and enjoy being active for life. ➡️ Complete the short survey 👉https://t.co/ZqqSsXzzB1 @BrightonHoveCC https://t.co/ySHAff5psM
@activesussex | 5 days ago
RT @ParableDance: Thanks for a great day Sussex Disability Sports Network/ @activesussex / @RixandKayLaw & for inviting us to speak in the…
@activesussex | 5 days ago
RT @fabs_andre: Thank you @ActiveFinners for the opportunity. I had a brilliant day at the Sussex Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity Con…
@activesussex | 6 days ago
#ActiveSussex distributed Children & Young People Investment Fund to@activehastings to support projects engaging young people living in areas of income deprivation in physical activity. 👇Here's their story & the impact the funding has had on the community https://t.co/RoW6VRvuni https://t.co/c6pmXQyZrP

Thank you to our partners and supporters