Can London become the 'most active' city in the UK with this new initiative?

Apr 4, 2018 · bdaily.co.uk

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Health and wellbeing provider, Westfield Health, and physical activity experts, London Sport have confirmed a new three-year partnership starting today (April 4).

It aims to support the health and wellbeing of Londoners through workplace-led interventions and forms part of a cross-organisational commitment to enhancing wellbeing by targeting London’s working population.

With the country’s largest working population, improving employee health and wellbeing across the capital presents a clear opportunity to make a positive difference to the lives of millions, both in the workplace and in daily lives.

Together, London Sport and Westfield Health are aiming to enhance and build the existing evidence-base around workplace interventions, creating clearer and more efficient interventions for employers to support their own workforces.

Rob Smyth, London Sport’s commercial director, said: "This new partnership represents an exciting opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of thousands of Londoners.

"London Sport is committed to identifying and advocating for new and innovative ways to improve the lives of Londoners through increasing levels of physical activity, and working with Westfield Health to enhance initiatives that support London’s working population will have a significant impact on people’s lives across the capital."

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