It’s the end of our third successive Active Wellbeing campaign, and our most inclusive so far!
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During the interview, Simon discusses what Wellbeing means to him and how he looks after his own personal wellbeing.
It’s the end of our third successive Active Wellbeing Campaign, and our most inclusive so far. We are so pleased that over 2,500 of you signed up to make that change over the course of Active Wellbeing 2021.
Scott, Steven and Dan are joined by three huge advocates for Active Wellbeing who talk you through their pledges, the goals they have set themselves and how they are achieving them.
Hear from some of our health, fitness and volunteering experts in their own words. What motivates them to keep going, why do they love helping others and who inspires them to push themselves further.
During the interview, Rupert discusses what Wellbeing means to him and how he looks after his own personal wellbeing.
CSSC have been helping public sector employees and their families try new sports, enjoy great days out and save on the things they love for 100 years.
As part of Active Wellbeing 2021, we’re running a 4-week photo competition with some amazing prizes on offer, all for showing us how you’re participating!
Active Wellbeing 2021 is endorsed and supported by senior managers throughout the civil service including Angela MacDonald – HMRC Deputy CEO and Second Permanent Secretary….
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Take a look at the top reasons why your department should support Active Wellbeing in January.
This year, Active Wellbeing will keep you moving and motivated for a whole month.
Throughout the last 100 years, CSSC have always introduced new activities and events to ensure civil servants stay active and engaged.