Kent & Medway’s Everyday Active Conference 2019

Our annual conference took place on Tuesday 15 October at the Kent Event Centre, with more than 150 people in attendance from across the sport, physical activity, health, education, community and voluntary sectors. During the day delegates heard from Public Health England and Sport England on their approaches to tackling inactivity, while there was also the opportunity to hear briefing presentations from 12 different organisations that are providing innovative and life-changing physical activity projects across the county.

The 2019 KUDOS Award was also announced at the conference, with Tunbridge Wells Hockey Club winning for their TW Flyerz project. You can view films of all three of the KUDOS finalists’ projects, including the winning project, at www.kentsport.org/KUDOS.

During the conference there was an “active quiz” to be completed throughout the day, with answers to the quiz found throughout the conference venue. Congratulations to Danielle Lock, Justine McAvoy, Gabrielle Kay, Ben Ryder, who were the winners of the quiz!

Below you can find further information about the day, including materials from the briefing sessions, slides from the keynote presentations and resources that were shared at the event.

Click here to view the agenda for the conference

Click here to view details of the briefing sessions

Click here to view details of the keynote speakers

Keynote speeches

There were keynote speeches at the conference from Public Health England’s Angela Baker and Tom Burton from Sport England, as well as an update from Jo Pullen-Fagg from ActivMob on the work they have carried out for Kent Sport’s Everyday Active project. You can view Angela and Tom’s presentation slides by clicking the links below.

Angela Baker, Public Health England

Tom Burton, Sport England

Briefing sessions

There were 12 briefing presentations at the conference, with delegates having the chance to attend three sessions. You can find out about each of the projects presented at the conference by clicking the links below:

TMActive150

Man V Fat

Powerwave Youth Fitness

Wellbeing in the Weald

ActivMob – Everyday Active community engagement

Medway Youth Project

Headstart Kent

Ashford Leisure Trust – Paracise

Kent FA – walking football

StreetGames – Fit & Fed

Stepping Out

Sported – England Active

UK Coaching – making sure great people deliver great experiences

 

Campaigns & resources

There were several campaigns and resources mentioned at the conference, and included in the materials for the group discussion during the morning break. You can find out about the campaigns, and download some of the resources, from the links below:

We Are Undefeatable

campaign website

resources

Moving Medicine

campaign website

resources

CMO Physical Activity Guidelines

infographics