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Join 2 million office workers across Britain with a day of moving while you work.
Take part in On Your Feet Britain - the national activity awareness day when 2 million desk-based workers across Britain participate in a variety of dun and simple activities to #SitLess and #MoveMore at work.
Taking place this year on Thursday 28 April 2022, with a NEW LOOK and revamped materials, plus a day of exciting active events to get us all moving more.
On Your Feet Britain is a FREE and FUN way to reboot and energize your workplace habits. This year we're looking forward to seeing how every worker gets active for the #BigWiggle - where your desk may be.
In recent years a variety of major international research has produced compelling evidence that sitting for more than 4 hours each day leads to:
Check out the challenge page for fun and easy ideas for On Your Feet Britain activities. Why not organise or take part in a team challenge?
Join up with colleagues to compete for activity levels against other teams within your organisation. It's easier than you think, and here are some simple ideas to help you get started:
In celebration of On Your Feet Britain, the official campaign sponsors Sit-Stand.Com is donating up to £500,000 of active office solutions to help you #MoveMore #SitLess every day.
Get an introduction to Active Working on the Get Britain Standing website and contact them directly for a FREE introductory meeting.
Discover more local and national campaigns to get involved in helping more people get active in Lincolnshire.
Join in the Movement to promote healthier lifestyles, enabling more people across Lincolnshire to access physical activity this summer. Find out more about the campaign and download your toolkit here.
Think Active support groups provide physical activity sessions for people living with low-level mental illness or with a history of poor mental health.