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January 2020 Update

Wednesday 12th February 2020

After an eventful end of the year, with visits from Sport England and a funding submission, it was back to business as usual for Active Calderdale in January. Here are the highlights from January 2020:

  1. Sport
  2. Voluntary and community
  3. Communication

November Update

Tuesday 3rd December 2019

November was a huge month for Active Calderdale, as we submitted our request for our first round of LDP funding, which will be instrumental in the rollout of system change for the borough. A significant amount of effort has been put into the application, and subsequent visits from Sport England. That’s not all that we got up to of course, our work continues to bring the systems of Calderdale together to create the most active borough in the North.

  1. Voluntary and community
  2. Communication
  3. Health and social care
  4. Workplaces

Successful September: Local Residents, Parks and Open Spaces, Sport and Communications

Tuesday 1st October 2019

September 2019 saw a range of organisations and institutions come together to help get our borough moving, here’s a roundup of local residents, parks and open spaces, and communications work:

  1. Local residents
  2. Parks and open spaces
  3. Sport
  4. Communication

Social Media Research Part 3: What’s next?

Friday 13th September 2019

If you have read parts 1 and 2 of this series, then you’ll know that as part of the strategy to become the most active borough in the North by 2024, we have commissioned social media listening research to better understand the opinion of physical activity across Calderdale.

  1. Communication

Social Media Research part 2: Our Findings

Monday 9th September 2019

Continuing on from Part 1: Finding new solutions for Calderdale, as part of the Active Calderdale Strategy we are trialing new and emerging technologies, to find innovative ways to get the borough moving. Social media listening research is one such technology.

  1. Communication

Social Media Research Part 1: Finding new solutions for Calderdale

Saturday 7th September 2019

As part of the evaluation for the Active Strategy, it’s important that we trial new and emerging technologies to promote and measure levels of physical activity in Calderdale. One such technology is social media research software.

Traditional market research asks questions of participants. Social media research delivers insights from naturally occurring conversations across a wide range of groups. There are now tools that can monitor online discussions and opinions, with this data offering useful insights to us in several ways.

  1. Communication
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