workplace walking challenge 

10th-14th February

 

If you're quite a competitive workplace, why not try the Workplace Walking Challenge?

How do I get involved?
Sign up here

You will then be sent some leaderboards and some pedometers to your work address. If you do not need pedometers, please let us know.

Use the pedometers and the leaderboards to record your steps.

You can compete as a department or as your own preferred team, it's entirely up to you!

What happens when the Challenge is finished?
Add up your overall individual scores, and your team scores and send them back to your Active Travel Officer. (kayleigh.richter@iow.gov.uk) - Sit back and await your results! Prizes will be sent out shortly afterwards.

What's in it for me?

Employees

 

From an employee perspective, being more active in your commute to and from work will help you feel more refreshed, and potentially increase your productivity at work. This will allow you to get through your workload quicker, and as a result you’ll feel less stressed by the end of the day

What's in it for me?:

businesses

By encouraging your employees to get active, you could potentially increase productivity, reduce absenteeism, and improve employee morale in the workplace. 

*PRIZES*

TOP TEAM:

£100 Voucher for Prezzo

TOP INDIVIDUAL:

£100 Voucher for Blacks

HEAD TO OUR RESOURCES SECTION FOR POSTERS AND PROMO MATERIAL

Dr Bike Maintenance Sessions

 

21st February 2020 - County Hall Car Park, 9.00 -15.00

24th February 2020 - Westridge Centre, Ryde (near Tesco), 9.00 - 15.00

Just bring your bike along and get it fixed up!

If you would like a FREE Dr Bike Session at your workplace, contact us

- kayleigh.richter@iow.gov.uk

 

Funded by

For all enquiries contact your Active Travel Officer at the Isle of Wight Council: brock.rogers@iow.gov.uk

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