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Physical Activity Strategy for Angus

It is widely accepted that being active on a regular basis improves one's health. If this is multiplied throughout a community, it is suggested that this can then contribute immensely to the 'health' of the community.

Angus Council, working in partnership with NHS Tayside and other organisations, are striving to make people of all ages and abilities much more aware of the need to be active. Did you know an active lifestyle can contribute to a person's well-being, help combat disease and help individuals create a more positive approach to life in general?

The current physical activity strategy is being reviewed and an update along with more information on Sport, Facility Infrastructure, Play and Outdoor Pitches will be published by spring time 2014.

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Do you wish to comment on the Physical Activity Strategy for Angus? Please use the Angus Physical Activity Strategy comments form (32 KB PDF)Opens in a new window to make your views known. NOTE: this form is Typewriter Enabled.

Your response can be emailed to the council at sports@angus.gov.uk or can be handed in to your local council leisure facility.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Physical Activity Strategy for Angus all about?

It is a document that gives an insight into the need for everyone in Angus to be aware of how important being active means to our health and welfare.

What information does it contain?

A lot! Issues that effect our involvement in physical activity and links into the likes of transport, living in rural areas, volunteers, safety and security of children and facilities available to participate in leisure and sporting activities.

View the current:

An update to follow in spring time 2014.

What else?

It gives an insight into demographics, an audit of what is going on now and indicates many of the gaps that need to be dealt with in the future.

It also gives outcomes and recommendations that need to be acted upon.

Who do I contact for further information?

Sports & Development Services Manager

The Yard
Queenswell Road
Forfar DD8 3JA

Tel: 01307 474241
Fax: 01307 475365

Service Page: angusphysicalactivitystrategy.htm
Service Details Last Reviewed : 3 January 2014

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