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Moving Surrey Forward - Morning presentations & workshops

Click on the relevant presentation below to view the slides from the first round of workshops at Moving Surrey Forward, the physical activity conference for 2019.

Thank you once again to the presenters who gave up their time on the day, and allowed us to share their slide decks. Click on the title to access each presentation.

Main Auditorium Presentations (combined) - Morning


  • Campbell Livingston, Director, Active Surrey
  • Justin Newman, Devolution Programme Director, Surrey Heartlands
  • Scarlett McNally, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon & Council Member, Royal College of Surgeons

Active Partnerships -

Active Surrey Overview video -

PhysiFUN video -

Friday Night Project video -

Following on from Justin's presentation, on engaging with the health sector, please find access to free resources that can help you on this journey, including:

  • Workshops
  • Online resources
  • Coaching delivered by The King’s Fund
  • Peer support through a Practice Development Network
  • Individual and practical support – tailored to your needs

This has been provided by NHS England and The National Lottery Community Fund, and draws from learning through the Building Health Partnerships programme. Resources can be accessed from here:

Morning Workshops

So What?

Anupama Shaikh, Information Analyst from Public Health, discussed ways of measuring and conveying impact in reports ready for funding bids, including social impact and return on investment.

For example; The NICE Physical Activity ROI tool helps public health professionals make an economic assessment of existing or planned interventions that result in weight loss. You will need a laptop/pad device with access to the Excel tool with Macros enabled, which can be downloaded from here:

Jumpers for Goalposts

Examining the results of new research on behaviour change for the less active, Dannielle Roberts from Proper Active oversaw this workshop looking at which behavioural principles are relevant to sport and physical activity and how to create positive environments for those new to exercise.

Friday Night Takeover

Active Surrey, with support from the Eikon youth charity and a local leisure centre, presented a case study on the Friday Night Project programme. Sharing best practise for engaging teens in positive activity at times of low leisure centre demand, it outlined what's worked and what's not so far.

Friday Night Project Video Link -

How Physical Activity can Improve Social Outcomes - Mary Frances Trust

How Physical Activity can Improve Social Outcomes - Richmond Fellowship

The two presentations included examples of how physical activity has been used to improve outcomes around mental health & areas of deprivation.

Making Every Contact Count

An interactive workshop led by Jenn Smith and her team from Public Health in Surrey County Council. It showed how your organisation can offer even more to your customers by using a host of free, healthier lifestyle resources to help tackle inactivity and reduce health costs.