Active Wellbeing Webcasts

4th February 2021

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.

They’ve got loads of ideas for a pledge, hints and tips on maintaining your momentum and stories to motivate the most ardent of couch-potatoes.

Active Outdoors

Scott, Steven & Dan are joined by long-time cyclist and all-round fitness enthusiast Alan Whittaker, to help support you with your Active Outdoors Pledge.  

Hear some fantastic hints and tips for Cycling, Walking, Running, Swimming and much more.

Watch now:
Active Outdoors: Toolkit Webcast

Active Indoors 

Steven, Scott & Dan are joined by Michael Hobbs-Aldridge, the man who holds the 7th fastest time in a park run ever from a 45 year old!! As they discuss how to get the most from fitness training indoors during the winter months and lockdown restrictions.  

They talk about a variety of topics to help inspire you during this Active Wellbeing campaign.

Watch now:
Active Indoors: Toolkit Webcast

Active Together

Dan, Steven & Scott are Joined by long-time CSSC volunteer and all round nice guy Carson McNab. Carson has over 30 years volunteering experience and is the regional and national event organiser for 10 pin bowling in CSSC.  

A huge advocate of Active Wellbeing, Carson tells us how AW19 helped get him back into cycling, and the amazing benefits he gets from helping others, through volunteering.

Watch now:
Active Together: Toolkit Webcast 

Active Worklife

Scott is joined by Rupert McNeil – Civil Service Chief People Officer. Rupert tells us what wellbeing means to him and why it is so important and discusses tips on focussing on maintaining your own individual wellbeing. 

Active Wellbeing 2021: Rupert McNeil 

Scott is joined by Mark Fisher Director General and Secretary to the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry since June 2017 and is the current CSSC chair. Mark tells us what wellbeing means to him and why it is so important to look after your own wellbeing. 

Active Wellbeing 2021: Mark Fisher