What impact did Walking for Health have on the physical activity levels of participants? (NECR075)

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In 2007, Department of Health and Natural England – working in partnership with local statutory and voluntary organisations – decided to invest in an expansion of Walking for Health as part of a package of public health initiatives aimed at getting people more active in order to benefit their health. As part of this expansion Natural England produced a comprehensive evaluation programme to measure the health and environmental outcomes of Walking for Health.

This report is part of a package of work commissioned to Ipsos MORI, and presents research examining the impact of Walking for Health on the physical activity levels of participants, undertaken via a longitudinal quantitative telephone survey.

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