Liverpool Active Promise is launched across the cityCONTENT STARTS
ComMutual were delighted to attend the launch of the Liverpool Active Promise today which plans to increase the activity of young people in Liverpool.
By encouraging young people to be active for at least 30 minutes a day, Liverpool Active Promise aims to make the city the most active bit city by 2026. The campaign is also looking to increase the number of children achieving 60 minutes of physical activity a day.
As well as hearing from young guests about what being active means for them, ComMutual joined other stakeholders to sign a pledge board outlining our own Active Promise. Guests also enjoyed the ‘active rave’ which got everyone moving!
The development of the Liverpool Active Promise has been driven by Liverpool City Council in partnership with Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), young people, schools and key stakeholders.
ComMutual’s Managing Director, Kate Shone said, “ComMutual fully supports the Liverpool Active Promise to increase physical activity among young people. Our FireFit Hub facility is a great example of how ComMutual is encouraging the young community to be more active through a range of activities, helping to improve their health and wellbeing.”
Deputy Mayor and Cabinet member for Culture, Leisure and Sport, Cllr Wendy Simon, said: “We want every resident and professional in Liverpool that has a responsibility for the health and future life chances of children and young people to play their part. This is about working together to commit to actions to provide every opportunity for children and young people to be active every day.”
To find out more about the promise follow Liverpool City Council via @lpoolcouncil or for more details about the work ComMutual is doing for Torus customers and the wider community head to www.commutual.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org