Sport England are undertaking pilots in 12 places to try and better understand their different identities and help people to be active in communities across the country.
NHS Healthy New Towns
Oxfordshire has two of the ten NHS Healthy Towns located in Bicester and Barton. The work of this programme is to adopt a place based approach to changing the health of these communities.
Cycling and Walking
Public Health England have produced a comprehensive rapid evidence review for the individual and population health benefits of walking and cycling.
Greater Manchester Moving journey of learning has provided some great pointers for practice which may be used today to aid conversations around leadership approaches in systems approaches.
The current Health and Social Care system is under a lot of pressure, the healthy place animation video below demonstrates how we can work together to reduce the pressure.
Healthy Place Animation
Bicester Healthy New Town continues to celebrates the ongoing success of the Healthy New Town. The slides below highlights some of the findings from testing healthy place shaping in Bicester.
Read the slides below to find out the three core strands to developing Healthy Communities.
- Bicester Celebration Presentation February 2019 (PDF, 6.4 Mb)
Robbin Tuddenham Chief Executive Officer of Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council delivered the following presentation at the 2019 Active Partnerships conference. Calderdale is one of the 12 Sport England funded local delivery pilots.