#KeepMovingSuffolk

Sport and physical activity deliver immediate mental health and social benefits and have a long-term positive impact on our physical health.

Being active can lift your mood, improve your sleep, make you feel connected and happier.

The resources and links on this website are designed to give you choices to find something free and easy to do that you’ll enjoy, so that you’re more likely to stick with it.

And however you choose to be more active  you should be proud of yourself for taking a positive step. 

Scroll down this page for options or use the top menu.

parkrun suffolk locations map

21 weekly parkruns
in Suffolk

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NHS
Better health

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DISCOVER SUFFOLK
APP

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WE ARE
UNDEFEATABLE

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Exercise cards for
older people

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the benefits
in 20 minutes

parkwalk at parkrun

parkwalk at parkrun

Did you know that you can walk, run or wheel your way round at parkrun? Nearly 900,000 different people have walked at parkrun since it started,...

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HOW KEEP MOVING SUFFOLK HAS INSPIRED PEOPLE TO KEEP ACTIVE 

A weekly dance tutorial with professional dancer, Millie Mayhew.

Watch our compilation video of some of the ways people in Suffolk kept active.

MAC Outreach group

READ MORE ABOUT HOW THE MAC OUTREACH PROGRAMME CHANGES PEOPLES LIVES.

Long-term health conditions

If you have a long-term health condition and want support and advice about getting moving, the ‘Get Help to Get Active’ FREE programme from One Life Suffolk is there to help and you can register today.

Exercise your mind

Keeping physically active can really help with your mental health, making you feel happier and less anxious. Here are some tips to help you take care of your mental health and wellbeing.

Movement and Mental Health E-learning Course

Watch the promo video about our FREE, 20-minute, E-learning course designed to provide you with a better insight into the benefits of movement on our mental health and how, by moving more, it can help us all enhance our wellbeing. 

You can access the FREE course via the button link below.

The course is worth £25, but you can access here completely free of charge.