Sport England is an organisation committed to creating opportunities for people to start in sport, stay in sport and succeed in sport.
Its aim is to further provision for, and participation in, sport and recreation in Derbyshire and the Peak National Park. The forum also has a Sports Club search facility.
The Forum is a partnership of:
- Derbyshire County Council
- Derby City Council
- The 8 District/Borough Councils in Derbyshire
- The 2 Local Education Authorities
- Peak National Park Authority
- The voluntary sports sector
Active Places Power is a single database that holds information on sports facilities throughout England. It includes local authority leisure facilities, as well as commercial and club sites. Active Places contains information on specific details such as where the facility is, its size, opening times, contact numbers and activities.
Active Derbyshire is a countywide campaign that aims to encourage you to become more active. They will help you find the activities that you are interested in your local area and across Derbyshire
Natural England aims to conserve and enhance the natural environment, for its intrinsic value, the wellbeing and enjoyment of people and the economic prosperity that it brings. Walking for Health is a Natural England initiative.
Walking for Health encourages more people to become physically active in their local communities. They support the largest network of health walk schemes across England, offering regular short walks over easy terrain with trained walk leaders.
Welcome to Chesterfield - the town pinpointed on the map of England by the famous 'Crooked Spire' of its Parish Church.
But that isn't the town's only claim to fame, it also hosts one of the largest open-air markets in the country. More than 200 stalls pack the town centre every Monday, Friday and Saturday all year round.
Chesterfield Borough Council has: