Who uses open opportunity data?

Ranging from national campaigns to local activity finders to sport-specific resources, these organisations use open opportunity data across a range of digital products and services. Some reach millions each year, while others serve the needs of niche groups – all help people find ways to get active more easily.

Improving the health and wellbeing of local people in Cheshire and Warrington
Active Partnership for Derbyshire
Active Devon is a not-for-profit, inspiring and supporting the people of Devon to get active.
Active Partnership for Dorset
Active Essex is the Sport and Physical Activity Partnership for Greater Essex.
Strategic lead for sport and physical activity across Herefordshire and Worcestershire
Active Partnership for Kent & Medway, with a vision to change lives through physical activity.
Active Newcastle aims to decrease inactivity levels within the city.
Manage the Nottingham City Council sport and leisure facilities
Active Partnerships for Nottinghamshire
Active Partnership for Suffolk
Active Partnership for Surrey
A community benefit society established to enable people and communities to get active together
Physical Activity, Leisure & Sport across the City of Westminster
Badminton England is the National Governing Body for the sport.
The National Governing Body for dodgeball in the UK.
Change4Life is here to help your family be healthier and happier by eating well and moving more.
Classfinder helps people find group exercise classes and helps instructors promote their classes
A digital sports activity and advice platform by Decathlon.
Find a Player offers a platform and tools to digitise your sport and connect you to a wider audience
Find the support and resources you need for your active journey
GetOutside was founded by Ordnance Survey, to help more people to get outside more often.
GetTheData surfaces open data and signposts the source.
In 2020, the Great British Week of Sport used open opportunity data in their annual campaign.
Active Partnership for Hertfordshire
Sport England’s campaign to help people be physically active while staying at home.
Just Get Active promotes walking sports.
Active Partnership for Leicestershire and Rutland
Making physical activity and sport work better in London.
Aims to encourage Manchester residents to participate in sport and physical activity.
In 2020, National Fitness Day used open opportunity data as part of its annual campaign.
Active Partnership for North Yorkshire and York
Active Partnership for Northamptonshire
Swim England’s pool finder
Slough Borough Council’s health website
Together Active is the Active Partnership for the Staffordshire sub region.
National Governing Body for Snowsport in England
Active Partnership for Somerset
Sport Birmingham is a charity that uses the power of sport and physical activity to improve lives
Active Partnership team BEDS&LUTON has a vision for a Healthier, Happier & Fitter Bedfordshire
A Sport England campaign to encourage more women to get active.
Wesport is an Active Partnership covering the West of England
Yorkshire Sport Foundation is the Active Partnership for South and West Yorkshire

Third-party providers

Companies that partner with organisations to build digital tools and services that use open opportunity data.