The independent charity Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) is bringing a new Active Health project to the Central Ward of Peterborough. With funding from the Department for Transport through the Transition Fund, and on behalf of Public Health at Peterborough City Council, PECT will be working during the first months of 2017 with households in the centre of the city.
The project can offer you and your family help and advice to get more active. You will be provided with the necessary information you need to improve your lifestyle for a long-lasting and positive impact on your health. Plus, you have the opportunity to gain a free information pack, with more ways to help you stay healthy.
Karen Igho, Project Officer for Active Health, explains: “It is fantastic to be working with the Public Health team and the residents of Central Ward to find out the baseline activity of people and what their barriers to a more active lifestyle are. The services available will be tailored to suit, encouraging the uptake of healthier and happier lifestyles for people in this area.”