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Active Watford and Three Rivers - Free Physical Activity Support

Watford Football Club’s Community Sports and Education Trust (the Trust) is pleased to launch an extension of Active Watford and Three Rivers to help you keep active at home.

Active Watford and Three Rivers is a health mentoring programme with the aim of getting inactive people active, delivered by the Trust and funded by the Premier League Charitable Fund (PLCF), Watford Borough Council, Three Rivers District Council, Herts Valley CCG (Watford and Three Rivers locality) and Watford Community Housing.

The Trust acknowledges the importance of maintaining a level of physical activity throughout this period of social isolation and the barriers that could get in the way of that activity. That’s why Active Watford and Three Rivers have created a programme which can be brought to you online. This programme will provide you with the help and support to become active, including directing you to appropriate activities which can be done at home. This support and physical activity will also help to improve your mental health and wellbeing.

Active Watford and Three River has a positive track record of helping people increase their levels of physical and mental health, and now, with this new look programme, they can do so in a new and innovative way.

Head of Health and Wellbeing, Andrew Garlick at the Trust said;

“At the Trust we have a good record of delivering positive health outcomes and I’d now like to encourage people to make use of this programme on your journey to becoming active. We are keen to support the people of our communities during this time”

This programme is targeted at those over 16 years old and living within the boroughs of Watford and Three Rivers. Anyone looking to get active and unsure of where to start, can register their interest with Alison Goodchild by emailing alison.goodchild@watfordfc.com or calling 07710 096 398.

For further information, you can follow Active Watford and Three Rivers @ActiveW3R on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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