Healthy Week 2018: thank you
This year’s Healthy Week has been a fantastic success, with a 60% increase in organised activity and double the attendance figures from last year.
Nearly 200 members of staff joined up to be a Healthy Week Hero and organised their own activities throughout the week. Overall, 160 hours of activity were organised during seven days with 1,036 people taking part.
Our Healthy Week Heroes have done a fantastic job of encouraging colleagues to get involved and consider their own health and wellbeing.
Let us know what you thought about Healthy Week 2018 by filling out our feedback form at the foot of the Healthy Week page.
The free rollerskiing taster at Bodington Circuit was a great success, with both sessions fully booked.
See what other people got up to by searching for #HealthyWeekHero on Twitter.
If you havent shared what you got up to already, you can still do so by tagging @UniLeedsStaff and using #HealthyWeekHero.
Activities on campus
Despite Healthy Week coming to an end, there are still activities to get involved in around campus. Many of the activities on the programme take place regularly each week.
Visit The Edge for a swim or sign up to one of their learn to courses. The Chaplaincy is open regularly for people to go to relax in a quiet space and the Sustainability Garden and LUU Roof Garden have
The free family event, HSBC UK Lets Ride Leeds (formerly Sky Ride and City Ride), will also be returning to Leeds on Sunday 2 September. Read more about it and save the date!Posted in: Staff website