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Why Weight Hub

Cheshire and Merseyside's resource and information hub for voluntary sector organisations to promote healthier weight across the region. Find out more


Get Active Toolkit

This toolkit will be useful for a broad range of people: from a person living with a neurological condition to a commissioner of health, wellbeing and leisure services as well as anyone delivering these services. We believe the toolkit could also be applied to a range of other long-term conditions. It explains how the Neuro Therapy Centre developed this project in Cheshire West and Chester with many partners. Find out more


Every Body Moves

Every Body Moves is the new way to discover inclusive local opportunities to become more active. Our ambition is to create the UK’s biggest fun and vibrant community for players, parents and coaches to share their experiences of Every Body Moves, and find useful hints, tips and information on what’s happening near you. This includes in depth listings and all the information you need to connect to local inclusive opportunities. We believe there’s a sport or activity out there for everyone – and by highlighting inclusive activities and one-off events which non disabled and disabled people can do together, we hope Every Body Moves can inform and inspire people to discover something new. Find out more


Active Waterways

Active Waterways Cheshire is a Sport England funded programme to get you up and about and enjoy the beauty of canals and rivers on your doorstep. Find out more



Fall-proof can improve your strength and balance, help to maintain your independence and keep you out and about doing the everyday things you love to do.  In this plan, there is a booklet to guide you, exercise videos you can follow and Move to Improve cards to prompt you to work on your strength and balance. Find out more


Being more active every day

We all know that being as active as possible benefits our health. Have you noticed you have less energy when you been less active? Our body needs regular movement to stay well and many people associate less energy with ageing rather than ‘deconditioning‘. Find out more


Active at Home

This booklet has been developed to support older people and those who are shielded to be active and healthy at home. Find out more


One Step at a Time

At any age, physical activity improves muscle strength, endurance, and reaction time, as well as bone density and posture. As we get older, being active is particularly important, becuase the normal ageing process causes loss of muscle mass and bone density, which affects strength, balance and posture. Find out more