Welcome to the Spring into Health Festival celebrating Whitehill & Bordon’s Healthy New Town (HNT) programme.

The week-long festival will run from Saturday 27 April to Monday 6 May and will show off many of the fun activities on offer for people in the town to promote healthy living and gives everyone the chance to try out new sports and activities. There is a huge variety of things to do. Choose an activity that takes your fancy, contact the organiser, sign-up to a few taster sessions and give it a go… try something new.

We hope you find this guide useful and that you get into staying healthy this spring and enjoy a summer of fun in Whitehill & Bordon.

Nearly three years ago, Whitehill & Bordon was selected by NHS England as one of 10 towns across England to be part of a national pilot that aims to show how towns can be designed to make it easy to be healthy. EHDC has worked with a range of partners to bring lots of fantastic opportunities for residents of all ages to be active, eat more healthily, improve their mental health and get out and about in the town.

The Spring into Health Festival will give local people the chance to celebrate these initiatives and discover the many sports and activities clubs on offer right on their doorstep. You can find out more about Whitehill & Bordon’s Healthy New Town programme here.

Target 500

We want to get 500 residents to sign-up for at least one of the regular activities or local clubs and to achieve a healthier lifestyle.

Get along to one of the many free events, taster sessions or regular activities and give it a try, if you like it you can sign-up and help us reach out target….for a chance to win a £100 LOVE2SHOP voucher.

All you have to do, to be in with a shout, is take a selfie of yourself taking part in one of the activities and upload it to Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #SpringintoHealthWB – we will pick the
best selfie at the end of the week and they will win the prize.

Get in touch

To speak with the Whitehill & Bordon Team at East Hampshire District Council, please email whitehillandbordon@easthants.gov.uk or call 01730 234329.

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