The Active Norfolk strategy makes a commitment to improve the health and wellbeing of county residents through reducing inactivity and tackling inequality. This priority aligns with many of the commitments within the local health system, including those outlined in the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy, Norfolk Mental Health Strategy, Promoting Independence Strategy, and many strategic priorities of the Sustainability and Transformation Partnership.
The Blueprint for Let’s Move Lincolnshire was launched in May.
Let’s Get Moving (LGM) Programme aims to improve the health of the Cambridgeshire population, with a focus on supporting individuals and groups with lower levels of physical activity and higher needs.
Halcon is a ward in the Taunton Deane District of Somerset which has some of the highest levels of social deprivation in the county. It is within the top 5% of the most deprived areas in the UK.
This report provides an evaluative review of ‘Bodyfit,’ a female focused physical activity programme
Glendale Amateur Boxing Club is a volunteer led club, based in the small Northumberland Village of Wooler, close to the Scottish Borders.
The Healthier Child Project is an initiative funded by the Public Health Northamptonshire and is delivered by Northamptonshire Sport in partnership with the Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust (NHFT)
The aim this project was to improve outcomes for young children with conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, development delay and hyper mobility.
Stepping Stone is a about supporting young people and adults aged 14yrs+ with a disability, long term health condition or additional needs to take part in sport.