What is Fit Villages?
Fit Villages is a well-established and popular project that makes a real difference to local communities by bringing people together to socialise, have fun and become more active.
The project, which is run by Active Suffolk and is supported by the National Lottery Community Fund, helps villages in rural locations to set up physical activity sessions by using village facilities such as community centres, village halls, libraries and playing fields. The project has already helped many villages across Suffolk to set up activities such as Pilates, Yoga, Table Tennis, Nordic Walking, Zumba, Badminton, Keep Fit, Walking Football and many more!
Watch how Fit Villages makes a difference to rural communities:
Fit Villages Enquiry Form
As the project continues to grow we are always looking for new villages to get involved. Would you like to see one of the above activities, or perhaps something like New Age Kurling come to your village? If so, we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch with us by completing the enquiry form below.
Become An Instructor
We are always on the look-out for quality instructors to work with us on the Fit Villages project and help deliver a wide range of activities. Click on the link below to find out about how you can become an instructor for Fit Villages and help make a real difference to local communities.
Fit Villages Case Studies
Click on the link below to read some of our fantastic Fit Villages case studies and find out how the project has had a positive impact on the lives on many people living in rural communities.
Fit Villages Activity Finder
Use our activity finder to find out about any Fit Villages groups that might be taking place in your local area. Whether you enjoy Yoga, Keep Fit, Tai Chi, New Age Kurling, Fun Dance to Music or Pilates, there's something for everyone!
Latest news for Fit Villages
Mon, 17 Jul 2017 09:00
The Fit Villages project, run by Suffolk Sport, has enjoyed huge success since its inception; increasing activity levels in rural locations for people aged 50+ across Suffolk. The project, in its 6th year... Read More »