Derbyshire Data and Insight

Physical Activity behaviours during COVID-19 in Derbyshire

We conducted a residents survey between 22 May and 05 June 2020 to look into physical activity behaviours of individuals during coronavirus restrictions.

We received 1176 responses and below are the results of the survey.

Data from Sport England's Active Lives Survey has been gathered and pulled together into this insight around behaviours between March 2020 and November 2020 to help us understand physical activity behaviours during restrictions.

Active Lives Survey

The Active Lives Survey is produced by Sport England to provide an insight into the activity levels across England. We can use the Active Lives data to help us to understand activity levels across the county including Derbyshire and Derby City. The Active Lives data is produced every six months and details levels of inactivity, those being fairly active and those being active.

The Active Lives Survey started in December 2015 and therefore the data sets are as follows:

Year One - December 2015 to November 2016

Year Two - December 2016 to November 2017

Year Three - December 2017 to November 2018

Year Four - December 2018 to November 2019

Year Five - December 2019 to November 2020

Sport England also produce half year data in May which comprises of six months of previously published data and six months of new data. This is indicated by year.5

More information on the survey can be found here.

Active Lives Survey: Children and Young People

Key insight sources

Below are listed various pieces of data and insight which are specific to Derbyshire. If you're looking for particular insight, please do contact us for assistance.

Katie Crockett

Katie Crockett

Marketing and Insight Strategic Lead

Active Derbyshire

Telephone
07786 660693

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