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Local Health Champions

The Public Health England Campaign Resource Centre has everything you need to deliver our award-winning marketing campaigns on a local level.

We’re here to help you make your community healthier and encourage people to make positive lifestyle changes. Whether you’re looking to reduce kids’ sugar consumption with Change4Life, encourage people to quit smoking with Stoptober or want to get your community moving more with One You, we’ve got everything you need to deliver our award-winning campaigns at a local level.

Lifestyle changes we champion

Move more
Eat well
Becoming smoke-free
Drinking less
Stressing less
Early diagnosis / check yourself
Sleeping better

What the CRC provides

In our Campaign Resource Centre you’ll find everything you need to get your healthy living campaign moving. From posters and leaflets to stickers and toolkits, we have a whole library of resources you can download and order. They will help you raise awareness of your campaign and encourage your community to get involved.

Starting Well – Train Like A Jedi activity campaign

Change4Life and Disney, with the support of Sport England, have joined forces to launch a brand new Train Like A Jedi programme that will take children on a galactic adventure and inspire pupils to get more active. We know that kids need at least 60 minutes of activity per day, and just 23% of boys and 20% of girls currently meet this recommendation.

Star WarsTM is one of the most popular franchises of all time. Following the story of the Jedi Order and the Resistance, Star Wars continues to capture the hearts and imagination of every generation. The Train Like A Jedi programme incorporates the excitement of Star Wars and its characters to inspire children to get active.

Over the spring and summer, children will be encouraged to take part online and at home, in the classroom and through partners nationwide. The programme will help kids build confidence and learn new fitness moves and techniques that will help them master the ways of the Jedi and keep them healthy. 


Starting Well – 2018 Change4Life nutrition campaign

Change4Life has launched a new campaign to help families choose healthier snacks and reduce their children's sugar intake. Children in England are eating nearly three times the recommended amount of sugar. Too much sugar is bad for their health. Surprisingly, half the sugar they consume comes from snacks and sugary drinks. Eating too much sugar can lead to harmful fat building up inside and serious health problems, including painful tooth decay. To help parents reduce the amount of sugar their children are consuming and choose healthier snacks while shopping, Change4Life is encouraging them to use the new simple tip – 'Look for 100 calorie snacks, two a day max!'


Starting Well – 10 Minute Shake Ups

Change4Life has launched a national 10 Minute Shake Ups programme with Disney, Sport England and schools to help get the nation's children active. Being active helps children to build social skills, boost self-confidence and mental wellbeing, and improve bone and heart health. Every 10-minute burst of exercise can make a real difference in helping children reach the 60 minutes they need each day. New 10 Minute Shake Ups will be released each week on the Change4Life website over the summer holidays with games featuring characters from Disney's latest animations. Help us spread the information people need to make healthier choices in your community or with friends and family. This kit can be used to promote 10 Minute Shake Ups at local events, community centres, libraries and children's centres.


Living Well – One You kit

Modern life makes it hard to be healthy. Everyday habits and behaviours, such as eating too much unhealthy food, drinking more than is recommended, continuing to smoke and not being active enough, are responsible for around 40% of all deaths in England. One You aims to encourage adults, particular those in middle age, to take control of their health to enjoy significant benefits now, and in later life. Help us spread this important message by encouraging adults in your community to lead healthier lives and promote the campaign at work places, local events, community centres and libraries.