Health and Wellbeing in The Home

Physical Activity matters during this period and, actually, we think it's more important than ever right now.
Being active in a way that is right for you, can improve your physical health, help manage stress and anxiety and just generally make you feel better.
You can also still go outside for a walk, run, cycle - or any other way you normally get active outside - provided you are doing so in a way that meets the latest guidance on social distancing and advice on unnecessary social contact.



Staying active is not just important for your physical health, but it is vital for your mental wellbeing. There a range of ways that we can all keep moving throughout the day that will make sure we all stay positive and well. By keeping moving, it will help to reduce stress and anxiety levels, improve sleep, boost energy levels and lift our mood. We recognise that everyone's mobility and fitness levels are different but regardless of this, there are activities that we can all do to look after our bodies and minds during this difficult period.

On this page we are providing advice on how to keep moving and stay positive with:

  • Support on mental health and wellbeing
  • Access to home workouts for all ages and abilities
  • Ideas on how to keep your children engaged, moving and taking part in positive activities
  • How to safely work form home

Keep Moving and Stay Positive