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Workplace health and wellbeing event planned for Oxford organisations

By John Charlton

Oxfordshire Workplace Wellbeing Network is planning a free seminar on how to support the workforce to eat better and feel fitter. The business breakfast seminar entitled SUGAR SMART & Keeping Your Workforce Active will take place on Thursday January 18 at Unipart House in Oxford.

The organisers will provide a healthy breakfast whilst hearing from local organisations who have implemented physical activity programmes through partnership working, benefiting from a healthier workforce with reduced absenteeism and improved mental wellbeing

The opening address will be made by Richard Venables, High Sheriff in Nomination and Chair of Local Oxford Responsible Business Group, Reciprocate. The morning will include the SUGAR SMART campaign launch for business and a look at strategies of how to make your workplace SUGAR SMART with the Jamie Oliver backed campaign from Good Food Oxford. The seminar will also include an active travel initiative to support starting your employees day with a burst of activity presented by Veronica Reynolds & Nancy Leadley from Milton Park. There will also be a workplace challenge and other physical activity updates from Oxspa.

Oxfordshire Workplace Wellbeing Network is a network of like-minded organisations that seek to improve productivity through the pursuit of a sustainable health & wellbeing strategy, building on synergies, sharing ideas and best practice and utilising combined knowledge and resources.

Thursday 18 January 2018
07:45 – 10:45
Venue: Unipart House, Oxford OX4 2PG