• active devon

      This site is for people looking for general information on physical activity and sport in Devon

    • cycling

        Cycle routes and maps, help and advice to get you on your bike

      • explore devon

          Inspiration for exploring Devon’s green spaces – from a gentle woodland stroll to an invigorating bike ride, or finding the best bird-watching spot to discovering our ancient geology

        • health and wellbeing board

            The Devon Health and Wellbeing Board is a forum for key leaders from the health, public health and care systems to work together to improve the health and wellbeing of the population and reduce health inequalities

          • health checks

              The NHS Health Check is a national prevention programme for adults in England aged 40-74

            • health protection

                We aim to help protect the health of people in Devon and respond to any health-related emergencies

              • healthy eating

                  Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health, and can help you feel your best

                • libraries

                    Renew a book online or use the library catalogue to find and reserve books, films, music and more

                  • mental health wellbeing

                      What to do if you are concerned about your own mental health, or you are worried about the mental health of a relative or someone you care for

                    • sexual health

                        Sexual health incorporates advice and services for: relationships, contraception, abortion, sexually transmitted infections including HIV

                      • smoking

                          There are lots of reasons to quit smoking – for you and for others. Free support and nicotine replacement therapy is available on prescription with local NHS Stop Smoking Services

                        • vaccinations

                            Vaccines trigger the body’s immune system to produce its own antibodies (substances produced by the body to fight disease) without actually infecting it with the disease