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Active Celebration - using the London 2012 Games to Get the Nation Moving

Active Celebration - using the London 2012 Games to Get the Nation Moving

Active Celebration is a groundbreaking, evidence-based set of case studies and strategies providing the blueprint for levering a physical activity and health legacy from the London 2012 Games. See also Active Celebration 'Demonstration Effect Initiatives' and 'Festival Effect Initiatives'

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Improving Health Project Cook & Eat Programme

A 6 week programme aimed to provide beneficiaries with practical cooking skills, to learn about food and healthy eating in a practical way, develop confidence in cooking and create healthy meals ona budget

Published by: Rachel Chun 08.11.2010


Workplace Acticvities Scheme

The Workplace Activities Scheme is a county wide initiative designed specifically for Hampshire County Council staff. It is the first scheme of its kind in the public sector, and aims to increase the opportunity for employees to easily access physical activity during their working week.

Published by: Carly Halford 27.10.2010


Volunteering - A Mutually Beneficial Scheme

The vast majority of sports clubs and initiatives rely heavily on the support they receive from volunteers. Southampton City Council's leisure centres have implemented a scheme where employing volunteers benefits both parties.

Published by: Southampton City Council 10.08.2010


Bike4Life at South of England Show

Change4Life went public with a whizz of wheels at the launch of a Bike4Life themed event stand for the 2009 South of England Agricultural Show.

Published by: Juliette Harmer 20.01.2010


Active Kent

Key to encouraging people to take up activity and make small changes to become healthier is the use of simple messages, and ensuring appropriate information on activity is available.

In order to assist in working towards this, the Active Kent website has been developed.

Published by: Elise Rendall 11.01.2010



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