Creating Active Communities 2019
Delivering A New Approach
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CREATING ACTIVE COMMUNITIES 2019
DELIVERING A NEW APPROACH
2ND MAY 2019
THE BRIDGEWATER HALL

Creating Active Communities 2019

08:00-09:10 Registration, Morning tea, Coffee and Networking
09:10-11:00 Morning Plenary Session 1 - Barbirolli Room
09:10
Chair`s Opening Address
  • Welcome to the Creating Active Communities Conference!
Yvonne Harrison (confirmed)
Managing Director
Project `92
09:20
Changing the System – the early story of the Local Delivery Pilots
  • How the challenge of inactivity binds us as a system
  • To change behaviour in people , we may need to change our own
  •  People and place – the story of the pilots as a story of us and a story of now
  • Relationships not transactions
  •  The leadership challenge
Chris Perks (confirmed)
Executive Director Local Delivery
Sport England
09:35
Greater Manchester Moving: A Whole System Approach to Addressing Inactivity
  •  The Greater Manchester journey
  • Progress and learning so far
  • Current priorities, opportunities and challenges
  • Where next for GM Moving?
  • Learning and future questions for system leaders
Hayley Lever (confirmed)
Strategic Manager
GM Moving
09:50
Green Spaces for Good
  • Policy context 
  • Revaluing parks and green spaces
  • Impact of Active Spaces, funded by the London Marathon Charitable Trust 
  • Protecting community infrastructure
Angela Lewis (confirmed)
Head of Programmes
Fields In Trust
10:10-10:30 Headline Sponsor Presentation
10:10
“Healthy Places To Be” – The worlds cities are growing fast but so are its citizens.
  • How we design and construct our environment is key to controlling disease, like sanitation and cholera in the 19thcentury todays battle is against obesity and to help preserve our physical and mental health.
  • Inactivity creates heart disease, diabetes and a myriad of other health problems: our lazy lifestyles are hitting back and costing us dearly.
  • The case study will explore through a series of vignette schemes, some of the ways our everyday spaces can help fight this battle and the many benefits they can bring to society.
Simon Ward (confirmed)
Atkins UK Head of Discipline for Landscape Architecture and Urban design.
Atkins Global
10:30-10:45 Questions and answers with the panel
10:45-11:25 Refreshments and Networking
10:45
Served in the exhibitor zone
11:30-12:30 Morning Plenary Session 2 - Barbirolli Room
11:30
Greater Manchester: A Population Health Plan
Andy Burnham (confirmed)
Mayor of Manchester
Greater Manchester Combined Authority
12:00
Case Study Presentation from Motitech
  • The Road World Championships for seniors
  • Active ageing
Jan Inge Ebbesvik (confirmed)
President for the Road Worlds for Seniors
Motitech
12:15
Using Technology to Create Social Change
  • Inspiration. Why I do what I do
  • Problems to overcome – Why community infrastructure collapses
  • Barriers – Changing culture: Managing staff, volunteers and their expectations
  • Data – Understanding how technology can empower you, inform your strategy, commissioning and funding plans
  • Next steps – Planning ahead for real!!
Sally Higham (confirmed)
CEO
Groop
12:30
Activating A Community - Sharley Park – An Active Community Hub
  • The Context
  • The Challenges
  • Local Insight
  • The Response 
  • Questions and Answers
Rachel Fowler (confirmed)
Managing Director
Strategic Leisure
12:45-13:30 Workshop Presentations
12:45
Mobilising Insight (Barbirolli Room)

Using examples from work with UEFA, GM Moving, RNLI, Sport England and Government to reflect on a journey through: - 

  • Mission alignment
  • Data dependancy 
  • Engancing impact
  • Shared learning 
  • Thought leadership and influence
Tim Crabbe (confirmed)
CEO
Substance
12:45
Parks, Public Health and Social Prescribing: Delivering Integrated Solutions in Primary Prevention.
  • Setting the scene
  • The Parks for Health Assessment Toolkit
  • Multiple Parks Health Analysis
  • The Parks and Green Spaces Health Framework
  • Applying the evidence in the real world
Mr Richard Tisdall (confirmed)
Managing Director
Tisdall Assoicates Ltd
13:30-14:30 Lunch and Networking
13:30
Served in the exhibitor zone
14:30-15:15 Workshop Presentations - Barbirolli Room
14:30
Workshop Presentation from 4 Global
  • Presentation topics to be confirmed
14:30
Workshop Presentation from Mobycon - The Green Room
  • Transport and infrastructure
15:20-16:30 Afternoon Plenary Session - Barbirolli Room
15:20
A Warm Welcome to the Afternoon Plenary Session
Yvonne Harrison (confirmed)
Managing Director
Project `92
15:30
Presentation Title To Be Confirmed
Eugene Minogue (confirmed)
Head of Physical Activity, Leisure & Sport / CEO
Westminster City Council / Parkour UK
15:45
Changing Communities
Ceris Anderson (confirmed)
Head of Knowledge & Insight
StreetGames
16:00
A Message from The Youth Charter
Geoff Thompson (confirmed)
Executive Chair MBE, FRSA, DL
The Youth Charter
16:30-16:30 CONFERENCE CLOSE
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