Moving More, Living More
The Moving More, Living More regional physical activity fora were established as nationally-led, locally-determined events to support local prioritisation and collaboration on physical activity. Between the 2nd and 13th March 2015, ukactive, Public Health England (PHE), the County Sports Partnership Network (CSPN) and the Local Government Association (LGA), in conjunction with other national and local partners, delivered the second round of the Moving More, Living More, Regional Physical Activity Fora.
Following the launch of the national framework Everybody Active, Every Day in October 2014, this second round of regional fora were designed to enable the local cross-sector partners to come together again to reflect on what they had achieved so far and agree how to realise emerging opportunities.
Held across five different regions /cities, South-West (Taunton), South East (London), London (London), North West (Blackpool) and Midlands (Birmingham), the fora were hugely successful, attracting over 600 individuals with a diversity of cross-sector individuals enabling stimulating discussion on collaboration and local action.
We hope that the fora have moved the local agenda for physical activity forward and provided a platform for local partnership to take the next steps towards reducing levels of physical inactivity in their local populations.
If you attended one of the forums it would be greatly appreciated if you could complete the following short survey to provide your feedback on the event, the venue, the speakers, and also to have your say on the future of nationally-led physical activity events going forward. Please select the forum you attend to be directed to the appropriate survey; South-West (Taunton), South East (London), London (London), North West (Blackpool) and Midlands (Birmingham).
Taunton: Monday 2nd March
South East Region: Wednesday 4th March
London: Friday 6th March
Blackpool: Wednesday 11th March
Birmingham: Friday 13th March
If you attended one of the fora, please follow this link to complete the evaluation questionnaire from the national Moving Professionals workshop.
Alongside the lead partners, our Moving More, Living More sub-partners include Macmillan, Living Streets, Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, StreetGames, Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA), England Athletics and the Lawn Tennis Association, many of whom ran workshops at the events. Please see below for more information on all of our partners.