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Sport and physical activity

Getting active

Activities in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds

There are lots of footpaths, bridleways and cycle paths that people can enjoy in the district. For more information and free downloadable walks and cycle rides visit the Oxfordshire Cotswolds website.

Go Active Oxfordshire

Go Active Oxfordshire has a wide range of physical activity ideas and resources to help you get moving.

NHS Livewell

The NHS has lots of information and guides to gentle and low impact exercise.

Street Tag

A fun, free, smartphone app that offers rewards for exercise Street Tag turns physical activity into a game and converts walking, running and cycling into Street Tag points (tags). Your local streets and parks are turned into a giant virtual playground.

Move Together Program 

The Move Together programme has been created to improve the health and wellbeing of vulnerable people. Especially those with long-term conditions who are experiencing reduced mobility, isolation, and increased frailty, as a result of being restricted due to Covid.

Move Together encourages participants to move more and build activity into their everyday lives. The programme offers access to a range of different activities specific to the individual’s needs. You can fill a self referral form on the Move Together Organisation website.

Sports Awards

We annually recognise the contribution and commitment of individuals and the achievement of clubs through the following awards:

  • Coach of the year
  • Sports Club of the year
  • Chairman's Award

Nominations for 2020 are now closed.

Inclusive Award

Sports and arts clubs in West Oxfordshire that welcome disabled people can apply to be part of a scheme to show their inclusiveness. The inclusion symbol is issued to clubs for display at their premises, on websites and in publicity, to show that they are recognised as inclusive.