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Pledge and WIN!

A small pledge can make a big difference to your wellbeing. Take a look at these pledges from last year

Pledge and WIN!

A small pledge can make a big difference to your wellbeing. Take a look at these pledges from last year

Pledge Now

There’s no doubt we all know leading an active lifestyle makes you healthier and happier. But sometimes we all need that little nudge to get us started. That’s where our pledges come in.

By making a simple pledge you’re sharing how you aim to become more active. It can be as much or as little as you’re comfortable with. The important thing is that you’re taking steps towards a healthier you.

Making a pledge couldn’t be simpler. Just tell us who you are and what you aim to do for Active Wellbeing Week and beyond and you’ll automatically be entered into our exciting daily prize draws. The draws take place every day from Monday 1 July to Friday 5 July. We’ve got lots of awesome prizes to give away so stay turned to find out what you could win!

If that wasn’t enough, there is also an overall prize to celebrate the end of the week, where one lucky pledger will win £2,500 worth of holiday vouchers.

*Pledging officially opens Mon 3 June 2019*

In the meantime, take a look at a sample of the thousands of pledges you made last year…

Raise awareness of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and my son (7) walking the dogs while he still can.
Helen DuellSouth East
I pledge to get up from my desk and walk every hour and to drink at least 3 litres of water at work.
Victoria KingNorth West
I pledge to walk to my job rather than get the bus in the morning!
Helena HarveyYorkshire
I will do 10000 steps a day
Beth RalphWales
I please to help encourage others to take part in activities even in this sweltering heat
Amanda CampbellNorth West
I pledge to walk more, take the kids to the park and try and maintain an active lifestyle
Sandra AkinmojuLondon
To engage and motivate the staff to get moving. Chairobics daily
Kandy PickeringNorth East
I pledge to spend 30 minutes 5 times a week working on completing an L sit I can hold for 40 seconds
David EvansSouth West
I will cycle 100 miles a week
Jana DixMidlands
I will cycle to my weekend job instead of driving
Judith KNorth West
To complete a 5K Muddy Run at Newcastle Town Moor 14/07/18 for Cancer Research
Susan SutherlandNorth East
Not to bite my partner's head off when he offers to take me running with him, but actually join him.
Adam WhitehallSouth East
More doggy walks! Poppie and I both need to lose weight and get fit☺
Janet fisherSouth
Walk up the stairs at least once every week day when I am in work.
Man-Yee LamLondon
I pledge to start using the stairs rather than the lift at work.
Ruth PortelliLondon
I will do at least 30 minutes or more exercise per day, will include aerobic and resistance train.
Christopher BartlettSouth East
I pledge to start using my bike again instead of letting it rust in the back garden
Daniel WilliamsWales
Do at least 30 minutes in the gym 5 days per week
Sally EllisSouth East
become a runner - run 3 times per week for 30 mins until i can run 5k
lara el hajjOutside the UK
I pledge to work (hard) in my garden for at least an hour every week...and I hate gardening!
Duncan WilcockNorth East
To spread the word and get my team lunchtime walking! x
Jody KelseyNorth East
Train for and complete a sub 4 hour marathon in October
Amy CarruthersMidlands
Do 30mins of exercise and eat more than my 5 a day everyday
Mathew LeslieScotland
use the stairs-yes both up and down-instead of lift (3 trips x 3 flights)-small beginnings lead to..
sarah lloydYorkshire
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