Wellbeing Blog

Read our blog to stay informed on our latest news and be inspired when it comes to living a happy, healthy and positive lifestyle.

Discover all things wellbeing, including recipes for eating well, advice on getting the most from physical activity, and top tips on activities to do with friends and family.

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Mytime Active’s Healthy Powerful Communities project was a finalist in the Scottish Sports Awards, which recognise excellence throughout Scottish sports.

Mytime Active’s Business Development and Marketing Director Phil Veasey and Lead for Physical Activity Dan Lee attended a committee meeting to launch a report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood – Physical Education.

Staff, members and visitors at Cobtree Manor Park Golf Course on Wednesday 29 June took advantage of free health checks.

Mytime Active’s Ann Wilbourn has scooped one of the leisure industry’s top national awards for outstanding achievement by creating "a lasting legacy in their community that inspires more people, to be more active, more often."

As we approach the 2016 Olympics, Mytime Active is proud to support Bromley's Road to Rio on Saturday 14 May.

Dust off the trainers for a great cause this March. The Sport Relief Mile is back!

For the final Apples and Pears session held at Carlton Primary School in Camden, parents and kids competed to create healthy sandwiches.

Everyone had fun preparing, showing off and eating their creations. Well done to the Camden team for putting this event together.


This year’s 4th Mytime Active Bromley Santa Dash was the biggest and best yet, with around 1,000 local residents taking part in the fun-filled Yuletide yomp.


Children, young people and families across the boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster can now access free services provided by Mytime Active and commissioned by the three local authorities in a unique three-year programme to help tackle rising obesity rates.