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After 18 years at Active Surrey, our Director Campbell Livingston has decided to pedal off into the sunset. Over that period he’s influenced the way that sport and physical activity is viewed and accessed across the county, as well as being the voice of Surrey within the national Active Partnership setup.
In his time, Active Surrey’s remit has grown massively as we have moved from a pure sports outlook to one where all physical activity is welcomed as people realise the part it plays in overall wellbeing. From pre-schoolers to pensioners and disabled people to the disadvantaged, Campbell has helped steer our organisation to a place where more people are moving than ever before, and Surrey is now officially the least inactive county in England.
On behalf of the tens of thousands of kids from school sport or the Youth Games, young adults who have found their own path thanks to a satellite club or those older people (and their families) who have avoided the distress of breaking bones thanks to falls prevention classes, very best wishes from all of us at Active Surrey.
65+? Find your nearest Otago strength & balance class: reduce your risk of falls & make new friends. New classes in Dorking, Hersham & Leatherhead.
A recent report from the WHO cites 'a global epidemic of obesity in children' - and the UK is no exception. About 80% of adolescents aren't hitting 60 mins per day.
Sport England's latest child activity results show while we're better than most, Surrey still only has half of its young people meet CMO activity guidelines.