We knew that to turn the tide in Blackpool it would take more than health services working alone. So, in response to a Government directive to work more closely with professional sports clubs, we launched Altogether Now — a Legacy for Blackpool.
Blackpool residents are being urged to check for blood in their pee as part of new national campaign against bladder and kidney cancer.
A Blackpool health initiative which attracted nationwide interest when it was launched two years ago could soon be adopted in London.
Fit2Go, our six week healthy lifestyle and physical activity programme which is delivered in every one of Blackpool’s 30 primary schools by Blackpool FC Community Trust, has been making the headlines!
A programme aimed at encouraging local children to lead a healthy lifestyle has been shortlisted for a prestigious award alongside some of the biggest names from the world of football.
Brian Rose wasted no time getting back to winning ways with a first round stoppage over Ignacio Fraga on Saturday and was once again supporting the Altogether Now — a Legacy for Blackpool partnership.