Useful Resources

We are growing a library of resources and useful information for anyone interested in partnering with Live and Move or who support our vision.

We also have useful resources and training for partners we already work with, get in touch if you are interested in guidance on anything in particular and we’ll see what we can do for you!

#ShareYourMoves Partner Pack

Join in with #ShareYourMoves! Find out more about what the campaign is about and how to get involved in this Partner Pack.

Download the Share Your Moves partner pack

Content consent form

Download this form and fill it out (digitally is fine) to give us permission to use your photos, videos or other content. If you have a contact you are working with, email it to them. Otherwise feel free to send this and your content to

Download our content consent form


Live and Move brand guidelines

Take a look at these to find out how to reference us in your own news and media. You can get in touch anytime at

Download our brand guidelines

Live and Move Pack

Download a digital version of our Live and Move Pack, a quick way to get an overview of us and our work. You can Get in Touch to request physical copies of the pack.

Download Live & Move Pack – EveryDay Active 2022

Everyday Active Strategy

Download our full strategy for how we’re working towards our Vision for Exeter and Cranbrook.

Download Live and Move Everyday Active Strategy 2022


Active at home booklets

Public Health England have put together a really useful, easy to follow guide on ways to stay active and move safely at home.
You can download the digital version or if you think you could do with printed copies, get in touch and we’ll see if we have any in stock.

Download the Active at Home booklet

Club Matters – Reopening Toolkit

A guide and toolkit from Sport England to assist clubs who are re-opening their provision and re-imagining what their offer is in a period of social distancing.

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Covid-19 Recovery

The COVID-19 crisis has hit many industries hard over the last few months. This includes the physical activity sector and people who deliver or support sport and activity, either on a paid or voluntary basis.

With steps being made towards the lifting of restrictions there are many people, businesses and groups who are unsure how to proceed. Sport England have provided advice and guidance on safely resuming activity, as per the government guidance at the time.

See the Sport England guideance here

Current Government Guidance on returning to Play

Guidance for Clubs that are Returning to Play


Training Opportunities

MECC – Making Every Conversation Count

MECC training focuses on developing the core skills and confidence needed to recognise opportunities and have brief, healthy conversations that promote positive change. Evidence-based methods show us how to have conversations that are healthy in approach and healthy in content – for example talking with people about lifestyle changes. If you would be interested in a MECC course, please contact us.

Behaviour Change

Behaviour Change is about finding ways to help individuals and communities to make lasting changes to habits and lifestyles.

The Behaviour Change Development Framework and Toolkit can help you decide what sort of behaviour change training and planning might be needed to effectively support people to make positive changes in their lives. You can access a range of tools and resources to help you develop and deliver behaviour change through this toolkit. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch.

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