07776 103 785 john@makesportfun.com

Are you frustrated with reaching inactive people?

Hard to engage inactive people

You end up reaching active people and they take part more, rather than the inactive people you really want to reach.

Hard to get people to turn up

People say they want to get active, but then when you put the activities on they don’t turn up.

You're not a marketing expert

Sports development teams are expected to reach inactive people, but your background is in sports development not marketing.

We can help

We help councils, CSPs and charities use digital marketing to reach inactive people and get them active. This includes using Facebook, Google, email marketing, SMS and building activity databases. We can conduct market research for you or run training workshops to show you how to do this yourself. Whatever support you need – we’re here to help. 

Engage your audience

Reach inactive people such as women and girls, over 55s, disabled people, teenagers and people from deprived wards.

We help you use modern, targeted marketing techniques such as Facebook Ads and Google Ads to attract your target audience.


Get them into your existing activities

Get your target audience to turn up to existing local activities.

With behaviour change based digital support you can get more of your audience into your existing activities.

Trusted by dozens of organisations in sport and activity

Organisations involved

People more active

We work with councils, CSPs and charities. Organisations we've worked in partnership with include

What Our Customers Are Saying

Don’t just take it from us, let our customers do the talking!

The project was very different to anything we have ever done locally before. After meeting with John, we thought its time to get innovative.

Elaine Thomas

Health and Wellbeing Manager, Chichester District Council

Make Sport Fun have done a fantastic job. I don’t know anyone else who could have done it. John is the person I go to when I want a problem solved.

Jo Foster

Physical Activity Programme Lead, Macmillan Cancer Support