Shaping and supporting communities in Cardiff through physical activity The health and wellbeing benefits of physical activity are well-proven and over the course of the pandemic, more individuals began to understand the impact that taking part in physical activities can have on their mental health. The Move More Eat Well Partnership Plan involves key
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Focusing on Food and Fitness across the Vale of Glamorgan As the Move More Eat Well Partnership Plan continues to inspire and encourage people across Cardiff and the Vale to make positive lifestyle changes, one school in Barry has been rewarded for its encouraging efforts to promote the health and wellbeing of its staff
Inspiring Little Cooks in Primary and Pre-School Settings Children spend a large amount of their early years in educational settings, providing a key opportunity to help children develop healthy food habits and be more active. The Move More Eat Well partnership plan has been developed, focusing on 10 priority areas, one of which is
Collaboration is key to ensure that moving more and eating well are the easy and accessible choices across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. Partners of the #MoveMoreEatWell partnership plan have been supporting individuals in Cardiff with access to food in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Food for Life Get Togethers, which are
Local communities supported to build resilience through moving more and eating well. Our Public sector organisations across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan join together today for the virtual launch of a new movement which aims to encourage and support people to move more and to eat well. The Move More Eat Well Plan