Active Cheshire’s mission is to embed physical activity into all aspects of everyday life by 2040.

We are a multi-award winning Charity that are passionate about positively changing the lives of people in our region and beyond.

What does Active Cheshire Do?

It is our job to engage, educate, enable, inspire and influence the local community as well as a wide range of organisations, stakeholders and partners locally, nationally and even globally to become active.

We face an increasingly inactive society, so we aim to provide services and inspire people to move more. Changing hearts and minds, encouraging behavioural change, changing attitudes and habits.

We have an inclusive approach, which means our reach is everyone. All age groups, genders, ethnicities, backgrounds and circumstances whether or not they are active or non-active – across the general public and organisations of all sizes and sectors.

The result of our work is to change people’s behaviour and habits towards being active, in order to improve their overall wellbeing and to live healthier, happier, more enriched, longer lives – that as a consequence are more productive and prosperous.  

Who does Active Cheshire work with?

As an organisation Active Cheshire works across the whole of the market partnering with a diverse range of organisations to have a positive impact in all walks of life; ensuring people can get active at home, school, in the workplace and everywhere in between.

Active Cheshire work with public health, local businesses, local government, education, environment, infrastructure and transport partners to name a few.

We want to make sustainable physical activity accessible to all by changing the way people think and their habits, as well as providing opportunities and helping people realise that any physical activity, not matter how small, is a success.

So, why is Physical Activity so Important?

Regular physical activity is an important part of living well and general wellbeing. People who lead an active lifestyle are less likely to develop serious illnesses and health conditions and more likely to live longer, healthier lives.

Voice of the Child

We’re asking young people under the age of 18 to have their say to get Cheshire and Warrington active

We would like to hear from you about how you stay active in your community and what you would like to see happening. The form can be completed as a group or as an individual.

We look forward to hearing your responses!




Kids (0-11)