Cardiff Pedal Power is getting the city cycling Move More Eat Well partner action is continuing to have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of communities and how they travel, and this is evident through the work of Cardiff Pedal Power as they enable healthier forms of travel for the population of
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Children and adults designing a healthier outdoor environment for future residents Creative school children and local residents have been putting their ideas for a new outdoor space into reality which will help them lead a healthier lifestyle as part of the Move More Eat Well Partnership Plan. The Healthy and Informed Connected Communities (HICC)
Prioritising staff health and wellbeing at South Wales Fire and Rescue With the support of partners across public, private and third sector organisations, the Move More Eat Well partnership plan has been developed to enable everyone, from individuals to organisations, to lead more active and healthier lives. From an organisational perspective, introducing and encouraging
Move More Eat Well partner action is continuing to have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of children within educational settings, which is evident through the work of West End Playgroup in Barry. West End Playgroup has worked with Vale of Glamorgan Healthy and Sustainable Pre-school Scheme (HaSPSS) to implement healthy food
The #MoveMoreEatWell partnership plan is driving action to support and enable everyone who lives and works across Cardiff and the Vale to move more and eat well. Working with partner, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC), a Move More, Eat Well Grant scheme was introduced to support community activity. One of the organisations within Cardiff
Halloween is traditionally a time of year associated with sweets, chocolates and crisps – with children’s parties and trick or treat activities revolving around sugary treats. Part of the Vale Healthy and Sustainable Pre-school Scheme (HaSPSS), Gibbonsdown Children’s Centre in Barry sought to introduce healthier alternatives and prioritise physical activity as part of their
Supporting #MoveMoreEatWell across Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Hydration is an important part of staying healthy, and is a simple, low cost way to stay energised throughout the day and as a result, the #MoveMoreEatWell partnership plan aims to improve access to fresh drinking water for individuals across Cardiff and Vale. Across Cardiff
Ensuring access to nutritious food during the pandemic Improving access to healthy, nutritious food is a foundation of the Move More Eat Well partnership plan. Sustainable food partner, Food Cardiff places emphasis on the fact that good food creates strong, healthy communities and made sure that this was a priority during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Inviting young people to plan and design child-friendly, healthy environments The environment around us has a big influence on the way we respond to our food and activity choices and the Move More Eat Well Partnership Plan aims to improve the quality of the environment by enabling easier access to opportunities that can influence
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