Norfolk Physical Activity Forum

The next Norfolk Physical Activity Forum will be held on Wednesday the 11th of March 2020. The forum is held bi-annually with each forum focusing on a different agenda. The agenda for the next Physical Activity forum will be confirmed nearer to the time.

Funding support is provided by Norfolk County Council Public Health, and previous forums have brought together a range of partners with an interest in disability (Autumn 2019) long-term conditions (Spring 2019), social isolation (Autumn 2018), and mental health (Spring 2018). We are keen to have delegates from physical activity, health, well-being, community and social backgrounds present at these events to provide their perspective on how physical activity might be used to tackle a particular issue in Norfolk.

If you have not previously attended one of our forums and would like to be added to our distribution list, please email event organiser Rachel Cooke at Rachel.Cooke@activenorfolk.org.


Resources from the last Norfolk Physical Activity Forum:

Autumn 2019 Norfolk Physical Activity Forum - Accessible Physical Activity

  • Norfolk Physical Activity Forum October 2019 Agenda Norfolk Physical Activity Forum October 2019 Agenda (PDF, 174 Kb)
  • Active Norfolk Update October 2019 Active Norfolk Update October 2019 (PDF, 1.8 Mb)
  • On The Move: Improving opportunities to be active inside and outside of day care centres On The Move: Improving opportunities to be active inside and outside of day care centres (PDF, 1.9 Mb)

    A presentation from Active Norfolk's On The Move project in partnership with the Disability Real Action Group of Norfolk (DRAGONs) looking at integrating physical activity into day care centres across the county to increase and improve the range of opportunities for adults with disabilities to be active within day care services.

  • Disability Real Action Group of Norfolk: About us Disability Real Action Group of Norfolk: About us (PDF, 2.6 Mb)

    The DRAGONs are a group of young people with disabilities that are looking to make sure that services are accessible and enjoyed by young people. This presentation introduces who they are, what they do and opportunities to get involved.

  • Disability Framework for Sport and Physical Activity Disability Framework For Sport And Physical Activity (PDF, 542 Kb)

    Active Norfolk has developed a disability framework which looks at the need and evidence for various sectors to contribute to reducing barriers and improve access to sport and physical activity for those with long-term conditions and disabilities in Norfolk. The framework sets out key principles around accessibility, quality of service, participation, collaboration, representation, and promotion to support stakeholders in creating an action plan. This presentation highlights how the framework can be applied to local individuals, schools, activity providers, health professionals, and more.

  • Special Olympics in Norfolk Special Olympics in Norfolk (PDF, 7.8 Mb)

    Special Olympics provide a range of opportunities for people with disabilities to take part in physical activity. Their presentation highlights the opportunities and impacts created by the Special Olympics.

  • Disability Tennis in Norfolk Disability Tennis in Norfolk (PDF, 1.3 Mb)

    The Norfolk Tennis Association provide a range of opportunities for people with disabilities to take part in tennis. Their presentation highlights the opportunities and impacts in Norfolk.

  • Launch of the new Active Norfolk Disability & Physical Activity webpage Launch Of The New Active Norfolk Disability Physical Activity Webpage (PDF, 1.3 Mb)

    This presentation introduces Active Norfolk's recently developed Disability & Physical Activity webpages which have been created to help people with disabilities, carers, and interested parties to support individuals to access and improve physical activity in Norfolk.

  • Disability Football in Norfolk Disability Football In Norfolk (PDF, 5.8 Mb)

    Norfolk Football Association and the Community Sports Foundation present on a range of opportunities for people with disabilities to take part in football. Their presentation highlights the opportunities and impacts created by football in Norfolk.


Rachel Cooke

Rachel Cooke

Insight & Evaluation Officer

My role is to imbed insight and evaluation across Active Norfolk's work. My aim is to help us as an organisation learn more about what works, or doesn't, by understanding and applying existing evidence, as well as generating new understanding from increasing data collection and analysis in Norfolk. I intend to use the combined insight gained from this to inform the design, delivery and development of ours, and partners services by providing information that is relevant and accessible to the sector.

In my free time I like to cycle, run, and generally spend time outdoors.

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