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It’s free, available now and what’s more – it’s good for your health

The move more challenge is about supporting and encouraging our staff to do more physical activity. It doesn’t matter if it is walking, skipping, running or doing more revolutions in their wheelchair – it all counts to improving our health.  The evidence is clear, patient outcomes are improved when they are looked after by happy and well cared for healthcare professionals.

The #Flourish campaign is about more than just your health at work. We want to encourage our colleagues to take advantage of their local surroundings across Morecambe Bay, and how easy it is to get active!

Find out more about walking for health in your local area.

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As part of the Move More section in the #Flourish campaign, we have marked out 1 mile walking routes on each of our hospital sites! 

wgh.pngWalking is simple, free, and one of the easiest ways to get more active, lose weight and become healthier. 

Sometimes overlooked as a form of exercise, walking briskly can help you build stamina, burn excess calories and make your heart healthier. You don't have to walk for hours. A brisk 10-minute daily walk has lots of health benefits and counts towards your recommended 150 minutes of weekly exercise. 

Take a look at the route maps here, and remember to share your photos on social media using #Flourish.


Our staff in Lancaster and Kendal have already started the programme and the clock below shows how far into the eight week programme they are:


Our staff are currently warming up and will start the programme in September. Have a look at the countdown clock below to see how long they have left before they lace up their trainers and get running...







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Join the Flourish movement and tell us how you are being more active and share your hints and tips to help your colleagues. You can also share photographs of you moving more for our Instagram page, check out your work mates on there already!
It is proven; being ‘daily active’ is good for your health. Benefits range from helping to improve self-esteem, through reducing the risk of a range of diseases such as stroke.  It is also known to reduce the symptoms of depression and anxiety. By sharing your experiences you can help motivate your colleagues.

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